Chapter 10. Building AngularJS Web Applications for an International Audience

We live in a global village where anyone equipped with an internet connection can access your web application. You might start your project by providing only a single language version, but as your website becomes popular on the international scene you might want to offer content in languages, to which your users are comfortable with. Or you might be obliged to provide several localized versions due to customers' demand or law-enforced constraints. Whatever the reasons internalization problems are a fact of life for many web developers.

There are several aspects of internationalization (i18n) and localization (i10n), but this chapter focuses on problems and solutions specific ...

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