Once an article has been translated the article is stored locally. This means that you can review and polish articles post-translation and reduces the cost of the translations.
Currently translates Articles and Categories, however it has been constructed in such a way that other components could potentially be added in the future.
You will need a DeepL API key. Cheapest currently is the 4.99€ Developer key.
DeepL currently supports English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Polish and Russian.
Once an article has been translated, new translations are associated with the original article through the Joomla language associations feature, and you can assign the new articles to your category of choice. I recommend that you create first your categories and install all relevant languages BEFORE you start the translation process.
There are a few things todo, such as recognising missing translations (e.g. a new language has been added to the DeepL service after the original article was first translated). If the component proves popular then I'll explore this further.
Developed and maintained by Vince Wooll, Jomres was initially conceived in early 2005 as a Mambo based solution to a client’s hotel management needs. While it wasn't originally expected to be an online booking system it quickly morphed into one as users requested more and more features.
As the number of feature requests grew Vince knew that he would need to dedicate more time to the project and in July 2005 Jomres was formally released as a commercial project. Since then, Jomres has become one of Mambo’s, and now Joomla’s, longest running projects. It has survived various versions of Mambo, then Joomla 1.0, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 2.5 and 3.
Aladar joined the project in 2010 after using Jomres for his own projects. He was active on the forum, helping other members of the community and eventually Vince invited him to join the team. Between 2010 and 2018 he was an integral part of the project and made many significant contributions.
Whilst not formally part of the Jomres project, Rodrigo Rocco and Vince have become firm friends. Rod is a freelancer who specialises in doing custom work for Jomres users and developing custom plugins for the system that take advantage of it's modular design. He has built many useful extensions including his fabulous Valentina Template Override Package.
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