In .NET there are two "culture" values, UICulture and Culture. The first one is for localized texts on the UI, while the latter sets the culture for date and number formats. I can't come up with any ...
Do people outside of the USA use two-part date abbreviations for the current year? For instance, representing the last day of May, you might see someone enter 5/31 into a date field. Do international ...
I have about 8 web applications (all of them ASP.NET based), and I want to implement multiple language support for all of them and have an architecture that I can leverage on new web applications down ...
If someone was making software, able to display content in any written language, what would they have to consider? [duplicate]
I know you'd have to use Unicode. And that Japanese is read vertically and reverse of English. What are some of the things one would have to take into consideration?
I've just read this page http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2010/06/10/jquery-globalization-plugin-from-microsoft.aspx One of the things they did was to convert the arabic date to the arabic ...
I am developing the UI for a .NET MVC application that will require international localization of all content in the near future. I am very familiar with .NET in general but have never had a project ...