Normally we get strings.xml files from our translation team, but today was one of those days, where (due to time constraints) we got the source Google Sheet file. We had to generate strings.xml files out of these. This gave me the perfect opportunity to explore Google Apps Script which you could run on your Google Sheet.
This post highlights how Google Apps Script can quickly solve those little problems, in this case how to generate language .xml files used in Android. Follow the link to the source post for an explanation and code.
Source: Google Apps Script for Android Translation
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