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· 6 min read
Andrii Bodnar
Yevheniy Oliynyk

Today we are happy to announce Crowdin CLI 4.0! 🥳

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It has been almost five years since the release of Crowdin CLI 3.0. During this time, we have received extensive feedback from our users and worked diligently to improve the tool. As a result, we've made many changes and improvements.

The new version of Crowdin CLI introduces a lot of new features and enhancements. We've added new commands, updated existing ones, and significantly improved the overall user experience.

This post is intended to highlight the most important changes and help you migrate from CLI 3.x with ease. It is not a comprehensive guide, but rather a list of the most important changes.

· 5 min read
Andrii Bodnar

Crowdin CLI allows you to manage your project's localization files from the command line. You can easily synchronize your source language files and translations with your Crowdin project.

There are several commands you can use to manage your files. The CLI provides high-level commands that are easy to use and low-level commands that give you more flexibility and control.

The high level commands are crowdin upload and crowdin download. These commands are easy to use and they rely mostly on the configuration file.

The low-level commands include crowdin file upload, crowdin file download, and crowdin file delete. These commands are more like a lightweight wrapper over the Crowdin API. They give you more flexibility and control over the file management process.