Okapi Framework is described as 'The Okapi Framework is a cross-platform and free open-source set of components and applications that offer extensive support for localizing and translating documentation and software' and is a Translator App in the Education & Reference category. There are four alternatives to Okapi Framework for a variety of platforms, including Linux, Mac, SaaS, Windows and Wordpress. The best alternative is Mojito (by Box), which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Okapi Framework are WebTranslateIt (Freemium), md2xliff (Free, Open Source) and Loco Translate (Freemium).
Markdown to XLIFF and XLIFF to markdown converter. Idea behind it is described at XML in Localisation: Use XLIFF to Translate Documents article. Package provides extract module which parses markdown files and generates XLIFF and skeleton.
Loco helps you manage and integrate translations into your software, whatever you're building. If you've ever experienced the nightmare of spreadsheets and emails that multi-language projects can bring, you'll understand why we built Loco.