You can retrieve various data from Weblate in machine readable format.
To follow translation progress you can use RSS feeds, detailing all important translation changes.
Per language RSS feeds are also available, you can construct them by appending a language code to the above URLs.
Translation statistics for every component in the JSON format allows you to use the data in other websites or tools.
As an example, fetching stats for all translations in one component can be done thusly:
curl \ -H "Authorization: Token byuQ8nzQrVSe8dUNZrxjlAhhlimldUyJktkhumoI" \ https://hosted.weblate.org/api/components/godot-engine/godot/translations/
With notification hooks, Weblate will automatically import changes made by your developers, and allows continuous translation.
As an example, telling Weblate to pull from a remote repository can be done thusly:
curl \ -d operation=pull \ -H "Authorization: Token byuQ8nzQrVSe8dUNZrxjlAhhlimldUyJktkhumoI" \ https://hosted.weblate.org/api/projects/godot-engine/repository/
Weblate also supports direct notifications from several code hosting sites:
|GitHub||https://hosted.weblate.org/hooks/github/||Browse the documentation for detailed instructions|
|GitLab||https://hosted.weblate.org/hooks/gitlab/||Browse the documentation for detailed instructions|
|Bitbucket||https://hosted.weblate.org/hooks/bitbucket/||Browse the documentation for detailed instructions|