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Resource Bundle Tricks and Best Practices


Today is resource bundle day. This is the most well known mechanism for internationalization (i18n) in Java in general. Working with it should be a breeze. But there are many little questions that come up while getting your hands dirty with it. If you are feeling the same, this post is for you. Basics The java.util.ResourceBundle defines a standardized way ...

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Spring 3 Internationalization and Localization


I wanted to add internationalization and localization feature provided by spring 3 to one of my current project recently. I went through the spring documentation and then searched on internet to find some resources. But I could not find a resource which was able to satisfy my client requirement. Most of the tutorials are like hello world application which gives ...

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Customized Internationalization (i18n) in Java


Internationalization (i18n) is very important in our software projects. It brings mainly these benefits: Externalizing UI strings into external files other than code files and so easy-to-manage UI content. Supporting multiple languages. In this post, a brief practical example of i18n will be given for Eclipse and Java projects, including customizing i18n mechanism to have more maintainable and encapsulated approach. First, ...

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