Portuguese software localization is the process of adapting the language, appearance, and functionality of a software application for Portugal. Portuguese software localization projects should be executed by experienced teams of localization professionals who work in conjunction with your software development group, ensuring that best practices for global software development are followed.
Portuguese software internationalization
- Portuguese software translation
- Portuguese software testing
A Portuguese localization company should have solid experience and a comprehensive localization methodology, which includes at a minimum:
- Portuguese localization kit review, analysis, and preparation.
- Portuguese glossary and terminology development./li>
- Portuguese cultural correctness assessment.
- Portuguese translation, editing, and proofreading of the user interface, help, and documentation content./li>
- Portuguese graphics localization, dialog resizing, and screen capturing.
- Portuguese software build capability.
- Portuguese online quality assurance.
- Portuguese usability, localization, and functionality testing.
- Client review and approval.
- All files in your development environment, specifically resource files (for example, RC, RC2, DLG, H, HH, CPP, EXE, DLL, and graphic file formats).
- All documentation source files (for example, FrameMaker or Word).
- All online help source files (for example, graphics, RTF, VBS, HTML, CNT/HHX/HHC).
- Reference material (glossaries, past translations, style guides, etc.).
- File names and types, including an explanation of each file’s purpose.
- The name and version of development, documentation, and online help authoring tools.
- The location (directories/files) of any hard-coded literals which are in the user interface.
- Original files of any third-party applications/components used.
- Detailed build instructions (if applicable).
- Test plan and test scripts (if applicable).