Exciting News! Transifex and GitLab Integration is here! 🚀

We have some exciting news to share with you today!

We’ve been diligently working on enhancing your localization experience and are thrilled to announce the integration of Transifex with GitLab. This integration makes syncing content between the two platforms easier and more flexible, streamlining your localization workflow.

This integration brings you closer to achieving seamless coordination between developers and translators. By combining the power of Transifex and GitLab, you can now effortlessly manage your translation projects and keep your multilingual content up-to-date, all within your preferred version control system.

This integration comes packed with a range of features designed to enhance your localization workflow, including:

  • Project-level configuration for setting up and syncing each project with a different GitLab repo or even a different GitLab account with no restrictions
  • Webhooks to specify the step of the localization process that will trigger Transifex to push content to GitLab (eg 100% translated, 100% reviewed, or custom)
  • Simulation of your GitLab integration to verify the correct syntax, and to ensure file structure consistency.
  • Multi-branching, so your engineering and localization teams can work in parallel and scale your localization process without delays

This integration will save you valuable time. There’s no action required from your side to enable this integration. Visit our documentation to find detailed instructions on how to set up and configure the integration based on your specific requirements.

As always, our team is here to support you along the way, and we welcome your feedback as we continue to improve this integration.

Thank you for being a part of our community! We can’t wait to hear your success stories with our latest integration.

Hey, is there a way to enable sync against a self-hosted GitLab instance?

Hello @yaron ,

Thank you for your question.

Unfortunately, you need to use a cloud instance of Gitlab, not a self-hosted one.
You can also find this information in our documentation here.


Best regards,

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Is supporting self-hosted instances on your roadmap?

Hello @yaron .

Unfortunately, this is not included in our roadmap at the moment. However, the roadmap is constantly changing, so if we have this feature, I will let you know.

Kind regards,

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