You can use the Phrase Client to easily manage projects and translations from the command line.
We have recently updated our CLI, instead of phraseapp, it is now called phrase.
Although we try to keep things as similar and compatible as possible, there might be some changes.
All documentation now refers to the phrase CLI.
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Follow these basic steps to get up and running with the Phrase Client.
2. Initialize your project.
Initialize your project by running phrase init. This lets you define your preferred locale file format, source files and more.
$ phrase init
3. Upload locale files
Use the push subcommand to upload your locale files.
$ phrase push
4. Download locale files
Use the pull subcommand to download the most recent locale files back into your project.
$ phrase pull
5. More subcommands
To see a list of all available subcommands, run phrase by itself, without specifying a subcommand. To see all supported options for a specific subcommand, use the --help flag. For example:
$ phrase locales list --help
You can control how the Phrase Client pushes and pulls files by editing the .phrase.yml configuration file. To learn more about the parameters you can set in this file, refer to the configuration guide.
For in-depth instructions on how to set up and use the Phrase Client, refer to these articles: