TxtToSL's services translate text into sign languages.
We currently support 8 sign languages in our API, and 6 sign languages in our web app. However, they have varying support, as can be seen in the sign language dropdown in TxtToSL Web.
Our web app for using TxtToSL API. It is free and open source.
Our API, it is free, but not open source.
We have made our own API wrapper for NodeJS, it allows translating using our API simple and easy.
The docs for our API.
Unlike others, we use videos of real people signing, not still pictures or simple drawn animations.
You won't get any rate limiting problems here.
No one else has this many sign languages avaliable.
Allows the app to be installed onto devices and act like a native app.
TxtToSL Web is open source, and has many contributors. Being open source allows us to develop and expand more easily whilst recieving help and contributors from the community.
After loading, the app only makes requests every hour and when the user translates.
Choose the video hoster, quality, speed, and more.
The accessible UI allows for easy use, no matter the size of the device.
TxtToSL Web was built with dark mode since the start, making it continue to look good whilst being easy on your eyes.
By using Promises, translation is asynchronous so it doesn't take up the main thread, allowing other things to happen in the background whilst translating.
With a modern and simple UI, it is easy to find out how to use our API.
Development is led by Oojmed, a non-profit software development organisation. However, all of our code (including this site) except the API / server is open source on our GitHub profile.