Internationalization (i18n) is the process of designing a software application so that it can be adapted to various languages and regions without engineering changes.

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Working with external translators in .NET

I am working on a .NET project (happens to be an MVC website) that is being deployed in 5 languages. We have several hundred text strings in various .resx files, which is working great. However, the ...
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Requesting information regarding the use of MUI vs. the use of GetText for i18n/L10n of Windows desktop applications

I have spent the past two days investigating which technology I will use to support translations of text strings (as part of an overall internationalization migration) for an archaic (VC6) Windows ...
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MVC 5 - Best practice for handling dates inside and outside the USA

I have an MVC 5 application that will be used world wide. A number of the pages in the app will require users to enter dates. I'll be using the jQuery datetimepicker plug-in to allow the user to ...
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How can I handle common string content on a multiplatform mobile app?

I'm working on a mobile app that has been developed for iOS and Android (both native), localised into over 10 languages. A lot of the static string content in the app is common between the two ...