Where are you?
You’re currently reading the fourth part of a four-part tutorial:
1. Create a Trial Account and Enable SAP Translation Hub.
2. Use SAP Web IDE to Create a Simple Fiori App and to Search for UI Texts.
3. Create a Translation Project and Translate Your Fiori App.
4. Change Your App and Start the Translation Process for Your Fiori App Again (Optional).
What’s this part of the tutorial about?
Now that you’ve translated your app into 16 languages, you might want to find out what people think of your app, so how about adding a Feedback button? And because your app is now available in 16 languages, you’ll need to translate that one text into those 16 languages, too. Thankfully, it’s pretty quick with SAP Translation Hub. Let’s get started.
Adding a New Button to Your App
So, you’ve now added your feedback button to your app and pushed the change to your Git repository. It’s now time to have SAP Translation Hub pick up the new text, translate it into 16 languages, and push those translations in to the respective language-specific properties files.
We’re almost there. The feedback button has now been translated and the translations are all in their respective properties files in your Git repository. All that remains now is to take a look at those properties files in SAP Web IDE and to run the app to test the appearance of the button.
The Bottom Line
That’s it for the final part of this tutorial. You now have an app that exists in 16 languages, and a feedback button to help your users share their experience with you.