WüSpace Email Signature Generator

This is a simple tool to generate a WüSpace email signature. It is accessible at https://signature-generator.wuespace.de .




  1. Clone the repository
  2. Install dependencies: npm ci
  3. Start the development server: npm start
  4. Open the app in your browser: http://localhost:3000
  5. Make changes to the code and see the changes in the browser
  6. When you are done, build the app: npm run build
  7. The built app is now in the build folder


This project uses react-intl for localization.

Adding strings

  1. Use the string in your source code (e.g., using <FormattedMessage id="myString" defaultMessage="Hello World" />)
  2. Run npm run i18n:extract. This will extract all strings from the source code and add them to the lang/en.json file.

Translating strings

Translate the strings in the lang folder. You can use the en.json file as a template.

The project also includes a project file for BabelEdit, which you can use to translate the strings.

Compiling translations

Run npm run i18n:compile. This will compile the translations into the src/locales folder (which doesn’t get committed to the repository).

Adding a new language

  1. Add the language to the Locale type in src/contexts/language-context.tsx
  2. Copy the en.json file in lang to your corresponding language code (e.g., de.json for German)
  3. Run npm run i18n:compile to compile the translations
  4. Add the language to the MESSAGES: Record<Locale, any> object in src/App.tsx
  5. Add corresponding language options to the LanguageSelector component in src/components/LanguageSelector.tsx


This project is licensed under the MIT License – see the LICENSE file for details.


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