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Core Internet Application Development with ASP.NET 2.0 by Randy Connolly

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Chapter 16. Internationalization and Deployment

“The trouble with foreign languages is, you have to think before your speak.”—Swedish proverb, The Columbia World of Quotations (Columbia World of Quotations, 1996)

To adopt the proverb that begins this chapter, the trouble with adapting a Web application for an international audience is that you must plan for it from the very beginning. Ideally, when you are planning your ASP.NET application, you decide which languages your application will support. Doing so allows you to implement your Web application so that it supports these languages. The first part of this chapter demonstrates how to plan and adapt an ASP.NET application for an international audience.

Happily for us, the other focus of this ...

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