Multi-Language .Net applications

Organizations are now heading towards globalization with the evolving technologies. Companies want to target customers worldwide, to help build global presences companies need to build their applications in multiple languages. Companies have to adopt localization to target their customers worldwide, now what exactly is localization, it is the process of adapting internationalized software for a specific region or language by adding locale-specific components and translating text. .Net Framework is one of the technologies which provide high-end multi-lingual compatibilitye.

Building a world-wide presence is a developer task, which enables a product to be used with multiple scripts and cultures (globalization) and separating user interface resources in a localizable format. This is particularly helpful if you want to create a list of available languages in Spanish, German, Chinese, etc…

The language translation has generic terms that are used in applications, it also includes translations for Spanish, English, German, Italian, French, Chinese-Simple, and Japanese.  The language name translation also includes Dutch, Korean, and Russian. In the .Net framework you can customize the text width according to the language, for different languages have varied text width for same text. Also, using the .Net technology developers can easily differentiate between varied color significance for different languages.

Programmers can take up the NetTech India’s .Net Framework certification and learn build multi-lingual applications. In order to build your product’s worldwide presence, it is important to look at a variety of markets that your product will probably enter. Details such as field length for street addresses, unique format for the address, ability to make the zip code field optional to address countries that do not have zip codes or the state field for countries that do not have states, plus the introduction of new registration flows that adhere to local laws are just some of the examples that make internationalization a complex project.

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