Translate JSON files with the localization management platform POEditor following the steps below. If you don't have a POEditor account, you can create one here.
1. Create localization project
Log in to your account, create a new translation project and add a language to it (the software's default language).
2. Import source language from JSON file
In the project page, click on Import to upload the keys from your key-value JSON file as terms. At this step, you should also import the source texts as translations to the language added at step 1 using the option Also import translations to a language.
This language will automatically be suggested as your project's Default Reference Language after you import the translations. You can change the DRL in the project's settings.
3. Localize JSON file
Add the languages you want your app to be localized in, invite contributors to join the translation and start localizing your app.
If you don't have your own translators to invite to your localization project, you can choose from other translation options.
3. Export localized JSON files
When you are done with the localization, you can export your localized languages using one of the multiple export options.