Views, being configuration entities, are available for translation. However, the power of multilingual views does not lie just in configuration translation. Views allow you to build filters that react to the current language code. This ensures that the content, which has been translated for the user's language, is displayed.
In this recipe, we will create a multilingual view that provides a block showing recent articles. If there is no content, we will display a translated
no results message.
Your Drupal site needs to have two languages enabled in order to use Content Translation. Install Spanish from the Languages interface. Enable content translation for Articles. You will also need to have some translated ...