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Radzen Angular Internationalization (i18n) preview

November 8th, 2017

Radzen @Angular Internationalization (i18n) preview:  #lowcode #angular #dotnetcore #i18n

  • With the latest Radzen release candidate we shipped a preview of Angular Internationalization (i18n) support.
  • Now your Radzen applications can be multilingual!
  • Here is how to enable internationalization support for a Radzen application.
  • Mark all localizable properties of all components in your pages – – Build default xlf file with the translatable strings using ng xi18n command – – Build xlf file for every culture or merge new strings into existing xlf file using the xliffmerge tool where you can place your translated…

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With the latest Radzen release candidate we shipped a preview of Angular Internationalization (i18n) support. Now your Radzen applications can be multilingual!
Here is how to enable internationalization support for…

With the latest Radzen release candidate we shipped a preview of Angular Internationalization (i18n) support. Now your Radzen applications can be multilingual!

Here is how to enable internationalization support for a Radzen application.

Mark all localizable properties of all components in your pages

Build default xlf file with the translatable strings using ng xi18n command

Build xlf file for every culture or merge new strings into existing xlf file using the xliffmerge tool where you can place your translated strings

Start the application using the default culture

Create separate application for every culture by performing all steps from the run phase (build default xlf file and create/merge xlf file for culture)

Add language chooser for each application and will start the application with default culture after deploy

What you need to do manually:

Radzen Angular Internationalization (i18n) preview