The last part of this chapter is devoted to internationalization and localization related patterns. We will start by looking into ways of initializing an application and switching locale. Then we will move to patterns applicable inside a running application: overriding default locale-specific formats and handling users input in accordance with a selected locale.
As we've learned in the beginning of this chapter, AngularJS distribution contains files with locale specific settings. There is one file for each locale and each file contains definition of the
ngLocale module. If we want to take advantage of locale-specific settings we need to declare a dependency on the