Most apps of a significant viral popularity, or even modest ones providing value in the enterprise, need to implement foreign languages. Why? Supporting the largest possible audience in today’s connected world lets programmers create an opportunity for expanding the business.
String tables are important for abstracting text string resources away from the programming logic. Decoupling that connection is crucial when crafting a web app that knows how to speak many languages.
This is one of those gritty thankless tasks that many of us are stuck implementing. We will review best-practices on an implementation that are in production.Learning Objectives
Ken is a veteran software engineer with years of experience developing consumer-driven products on cutting-edge technologies.
Currently serving as a member of Sabre’s “Mobility Development” team building travel-related apps such as “TripCase.”
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