Sign Up for Free

RunKit +

Try any Node.js package right in your browser

This is a playground to test code. It runs a full Node.js environment and already has all of npm’s 400,000 packages pre-installed, including pseudolocalize with all npm packages installed. Try it out:

var pseudolocalize = require("pseudolocalize")

This service is provided by RunKit and is not affiliated with npm, Inc or the package authors.

pseudolocalize v1.0.5

An easy way to pseudolocalize strings, objects and arrays

pseudolocalize

Progmatic use

This module provides an easy way to progmatically pseudolocalize strings. Supports strings, objects, arrays, and strings with a variable.

Example:

const pseudolocalize = require('pseudolocalize')

// results in £ôřè₥ ïƥƨú₥ δôℓôř ƨïƭ á₥èƭ
const pseudolocalizedString = pseudolocalize('Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet')

// results in { foo: '£ôřè₥ ïƥƨú₥', bar: 'δôℓôř ƨïƭ á₥èƭ'}
const pseudolocalizedObject = pseudolocalize({ foo: 'Lorem ipsum', bar: 'dolor sit amet' })

// results in [ '£ôřè₥ ïƥƨú₥', 'δôℓôř ƨïƭ á₥èƭ' ]
const pseudolocalizedArray = pseudolocalize([ 'Lorem ipsum', 'dolor sit amet' ])

// results in £ôřè₥ ïƥƨú₥ {{dolor}} ƨïƭ á₥èƭ
const pseudolocalizedStringWithVariable = pseudolocalize('Lorem ipsum {{dolor}} sit amet')

Command line

It also provides a command line program that will pseudolocalize a JSON file, which is how i18n strings are usually provided.

Example:

npm i pseudolocalize -g
pseudolocalize strings.json

This will create a new JSON file called localized-strings.json containing exactly the same JSON data as the initial file, but with all strings pseudolocalized.

Tests

The tests can be run with npm test

Contributing

Please feel to open a PR if you have any improvements or find any bugs!

RunKit is a free, in-browser JavaScript dev environment for prototyping Node.js code, with every npm package installed. Sign up to share your code.
Sign Up for Free