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Zend Framework in Action by Steven Brown, Nick Lo, Rob Allen

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Chapter 15. Internationalization and localization

This chapter covers
  • The differences between translating languages and idioms
  • Using Zend_Locale to translate idioms
  • Using Zend_Translate to translate languages
  • Integrating Zend_Translate into a Zend Framework application

Most websites are written in a single language for a single country, and this makes life easier for both the designers and developers. Some projects, however, require more than this. Some countries have more than one language (in Wales, both English and Welsh are used) and some websites are intended to target all the countries that the company operates in. To create a website targeted at different countries and cultures, significant changes to the application are required to ...

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