JSON format Multilanguage

This is an example of a supply chain step in a Multilanguage: JSON format

{
   "multi_lang":true,
   "en":{
      "name":"Harvest",
      "description":"The harvest of Thor olives",
      "image":"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Devoleum/templates-json/master/steps/imgs/harvest.png",
      "quantity":"90kg",
      "method":"by hand",
      "randomValue":"N6L!Qw@EEdXP844",
      "thumbnail":"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Devoleum/templates-json/master/steps/imgs/thumbnails/small_harvest.png",
      "date":"11/09/2020"
   },
   "it":{
      "name":"Raccolta",
      "description":"Raccolta olive Thor",
      "image":"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Devoleum/templates-json/master/steps/imgs/harvest.png",
      "quantità":"90kg",
      "metodo":"a mano",
      "randomValue":"N6L!Qw@EEdXP844",
      "thumbnail":"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Devoleum/templates-json/master/steps/imgs/thumbnails/small_harvest.png",
      "date":"11/09/2020"
   }
}

In this case, the structure of the first JSON is repeated for each language (multilanguage) with which you want to present the story. In this example, the supply chain step data is entered in English (”en”) and Italian (”it”).

Common language parameters:

keylanguage
enenglish
ititalian
frfrench
esspanish
degerman