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Johann Dowa

Using Objective-C JSON To Do Translations In An iOS App

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JSON is a topic that is often searched for on this website.

It’s no wonder as many web services distribute data using the JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) format.  A few libraries have been created for the iPhone, but good examples are difficult to come by.

Something else that I’ve also seen people search for one this site is translations, and with the use of one of these JSON frameworks it is possible to gather data from Google Translate, and parse that data without to much trouble.

On that note, Ray Wenderlich has created an excellent How To Translate Text With Google Translate and JSON on the iPhone tutorial which goes through the process of using the open source JSON-framework in a step-by-step manner to translate data wihin an iPhone application.

So if you are looking to figure out how to get this done I highly suggest checking out this Objective-C JSON tutorial.

Thanks for reading, if you found this useful please share it!

[Source: Ray Wenderlich]


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