As a result, although a JSON file is somewhat human readable, it's not as easy to parse as what you might expect from a CSV file (which is displayed using Excel or Google Sheets).
In this guide, you'll learn how to export your content in a JSON format and see an example of the output formats.
When exporting a project’s content, you should first define exactly what content is going to be part of it. To do this, Frontitude offers the following options:
Before exporting the content, there are a few options that can affect the export output:
By default (when Include metadata is off) project export uses a Flat JSON format which is composed of flat, key-value pairs.
This format can be used for handing-off copy to developers and localization systems.
Here is a Flat output example:
Frontitude supports an extended JSON format, called Metadata which includes all metadata stored in Frontitude for each copy item.
This format can be used to synchronize Frontitude data with other systems, such as localization and project management platforms.
Here is a Metadata output example:
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