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Internationalization (i18n) in .NET MVC (resx)

How i18n works in .NET/MVC: If you are creating a .NET/MVC application with multilingual users you would certainly want to localize your content. In this post we will give an overview of how that can be achieved while developing in .NET. .NET provides us with components to support i18n out of the box with the following features: It can display contents …

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i18n Resource File Formats: RESJSON files

In our last blog posts on localization resource file formats, we outlined RESW and RESX formats. Since then, the newer Microsoft products are using JSON-powered formats, especially in their mobile frameworks. Here is a look at this format, and some of its characteristics for app localization. RESJSON files are used by Windows “Metro” style applications developed for Windows 8. They …

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i18n Resource File Formats: RESX and RESW files

Next up in our blog series on localization resource file formats are Windows-related formats. RESX files are used by programs developed with Microsoft’s .NET Framework. They store objects and strings for a program in an XML format. They may contain both plain text information as well as binary data, which is encoded as text within the XML tags. RESW files …

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Lingohub now supports Windows 8 resource files for Microsoft app localization

With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft is switching to a higher gear in the battle for operating system reach – especially in the still relatively young tablet market. With an intuitive touch interface (based on Microsoft Design Language, previously called “Metro”) and new apps for smartphones and the new Surface tablet, broader hardware support (in its RT version including …