Archive for the ‘i18n’ Category

How to Implement Internationalization (i18n) in JavaScript

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So, you're a developer working on the next big thing. Your customers love your product and it's getting rave reviews on all the social networks. Even better, the CEO of the company has just secured $10,000,000 in funding to expand into new markets. But...

Localizing Dates, Currency, and Numbers with Php-Intl

The first part of this series was an introduction of the PHP Intl extension and of how to localize your application's messages. In this part, we're going to learn about localizing numbers, dates, calendars, and similar complex data. Let's get started! ...

Localization Demystified: Php-Intl for Everyone

Most applications perform locale aware operations like working with texts, dates, timezones, etc. The PHP Intl extension provides a good API for accessing the widely known ICU library's functions. [author_more] Installation The extension is installed ...

Easy Multi-Language Twig Apps with Gettext

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There are many approaches for adding new languages to your application’s UI. Though some userland solutions like symfony/translation are arguably simpler to use, they’re slower than the good old native gettext by an order of several magnitudes. In ...

Multilingual Support for AngularJS

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There are some cases in which providing a multilingual support is required. Sometimes it could be a good idea to provide support for different languages into the application you’re building and offer your users the possibility to view the content in ...

Fast Multi-language Docs with SitePoint’s RTDSphinx-PHP

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This post will guide you through getting up and running with RTDSphinx-PHP, a ReadTheDocs-friendly Sphinx based PHP documentation skeleton with sane defaults, pre-installed directives, and modified styles for optimal API and prose documentation renderi...