Add Missing Translations
Create a Google Cloud Project
Visit [console.cloud.google.com] and create a new Google Cloud project to use with Cloud Translate. You’ll have to add a credit card or some form of payment, but the monthly free tier allowance for Cloud Translate is really generous. You may not have to pay anything to use this service.
Enable the Cloud Translate API
Visit https://console.cloud.google.com/translation and select the project you created. It should prompt you to enable the AutoML API, tap Enable API.
Authenticate YAML8n to Google Cloud
YAML8n needs a way to authenticate to Google Cloud. There are two ways to do this: via a Service Account or via gcloud application default credentials.
Using a Service Account
Visit https://console.cloud.google.com/iam-admin/serviceaccounts, select the project you created, and tap CREATE SERVICE ACCOUNT at the top.
On the first screen, give the service account a name like
yaml8n-user. Tap CREATE AND CONTINUE.
On the second screen, add the role Cloud Translation API User. Tap DONE.
Back at the service account list, tap the service account you just created.
On the Service account details screen, tap KEYS.
On the Keys screen, tap ADD KEY, tap Create new key, tap CREATE (keep the default JSON selection). Save this key somewhere on your device.
You’ll need to set an environment variable to use the key with YAML8n:
GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS=path/to/key yaml8n translate translations.yaml
Follow these instructions to install the gcloud CLI.
Once installed, run
gcloud auth application-default login. You should be able to run
yaml8n translate translations.yaml now.