Globalyzer helps companies adapt, create, manage and verify software so that it’s localization-ready, supporting worldwide languages and cultural formatting and operations. Without Globalyzer, this process of software internationalization (i18n) can be very ad-hoc and cumbersome, late and over budget, reflecting iterative and lengthy testing processes to detect i18n bugs. Globalyzer instead provides the intelligence to measure and scope internationalization readiness and progress on technical debt as well as ongoing development. It empowers software development teams to produce scalable, repeatable and accurate i18n processes that make world-ready software a priority, and not a side project or afterthought.
The Globalyzer Suite Includes:
Globalyzer Server – allows development teams around the world to share and collaborate together using high powered internationalization rule-sets during scanning of code.
Globalyzer Workbench – provides a fully functional code analysis and editing environment for finding, fixing, testing and reporting on internationalization issues in a wide variety of programming languages. You can run Globalyzer as a stand-alone desktop editor or as an Eclipse™ Plugin.
Globalyzer Command Line – create automated Globalyzer scans as a part of your continuous build integration so that you can report and track internationalization issues over time.
- Save time creating quality global releases – Why should global customers have to wait?
- Find issues BEFORE you translate – Finding coding issues during translation is expensive, and often the development team has moved on.
- Globalyzer supports agile teams, so that rapid development includes internationalization from the start, eliminating your globalization technical debt.
- If you’re internationalizing for the first time, Globalyzer builds a powerful path for dealing with internationalization programming changes, making the work go much faster, with more completeness.
- Globalyzer reporting helps managers track and understand their product’s global readiness across development groups.