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A web-based tool for collaborative dictionary making where any number of people could contribute. Access to editing and revising content can be restricted to specified users, but the larger community could interact and make suggestions. The data can be synced with FieldWorks. Audio input can be added to the dictionary.
ScriptSource is an online collaborative reference to the world's writing systems, with details about scripts, characters and languages, as well as current needs for software, fonts and keyboards for different scripts. Those with information to add about scripts can submit it in the appropriate place.
A web-based tool for testing Scripture translation text with a wider community. Text can be uploaded from Paratext files, users can submit feedback and the feedback can be brought back into Paratext as project notes. The team can enter custom comprehension questions, and users can comment on one another's responses. Access can be open to anyone or restricted to certain users.
A tool for publishing dictionaries (bilingual or multilingual) on the web with a minimum amount of technical skill.
Webonary includes the ability to set up Google analytics to track how many people visit your dictionary.
Build a fully branded and customised desktop keyboarding product for your platform to fit the exact needs of your language, community or organization with the Keyman Engine. Or add a custom virtual keyboard to your existing application.
Allows users to easily modify certain SIL fonts so that variant glyphs or smart-font behaviours (together called font features) become active, creating tuned fonts with feature settings based on the needs of specific users.
A database of language word list data with audio samples
for analysis and historical and comparative linguistic reconstruction.
Xender is a cross-platform file sharing app that allows you to share files across various platforms and devices.
It has proved to be very useful to share apps created by the SIL App Builders (SAB, DAB, RAB) or Bloom without the need for a USB cable, computer, additonal software or an internet connection.