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The latest with IBM Globalization Pipeline service on Bluemix

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ibm-globalization-pipeline-twittercardThe start of the new year brings some exciting new developments to the IBM Globalization Pipeline service on Bluemix. Read on for our most current updates!

Maven plugin

In December we open-sourced a Maven plugin. This enables you to easily call and integrate the use of the Globalization Pipeline service into your build and deploy processes. This video will help you get started:

iOS SDK

We also now support the use of the service directly from iOS through our new iOS SDK for the Globalization Pipeline service. This enables you to access your translated content in real-time directly from your iOS applications. Here’s an instructional page to help you get going and a blog post, which includes a sample app.

For more information on the Globalization Pipeline service on Bluemix check out our website.

Chief Globalization Architect

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