Localization is time-consuming so I made a package to automate the task.

Steps to setup, only take a few minutes!

  1. Import the pacakge https://github.com/kumarneel/SwiftLingo
  2. Setup a folder where you would like to store your localized information
  • Create a .swift file called LocalizableStrings

  • Create a .string file called Localizable, Xcode will automatically call it by this name

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  1. Go to Project Settings tab Info
  • Go to the Localization Section
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  1. Click + and add any Language that you would like to translate into
  • NOTE, these language codes are important and will passed into SwiftPackage Initializer
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  1. Go back to your Localizable.strings file. Go to the navigation tab on the right and click Localize...
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  1. Check the languages you just added to be localized
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  1. They will now appear under the file you have created
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Create your first key in your English Translation file

"log_in_title" = "Login";

Import SwiftLingo

Initialize in AppDelegate or anywhere AND RUN ON SIMULATOR

// Path to root directory where files are stored
// 'fr' is the French Language Code
    directoryPath: "/Users/photos/Desktop/Localization/SwiftLingoTest/SwiftLingoTest/Localization",
    desiredLanguages: ["en", fr"],
    openAPIKey: "your_API_KEY"

Watch as files auto-populate once logs are complete

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Use localized string variable in View

struct ContentView: View {
    var body: some View {
        VStack {


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