Perhaps the best way to learn about internationalization is by applying it to a real-world application. In this post, I am going to show you how to globalize the popular web application, NerdDinner. We will add the Spanish language to the website, so we can have Spanish nerds joining us. Introduction If a website targets users from different parts of the world, these users might like to see the website content in their own language.
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The pluralsight tutorial OdeToFood was, far and away, the best put together tutorial of the bunch, and if you had to pick one, that would be the one to do. The MVC Music Store tutorial also had a lot of interesting stuff but I would have to consider it the weakest of these three tutorials. NerdDinner This tutorial is located on asp.
This is basically a blitz 80 minute tutorial video done in Visual Studio , but it hits all the key points in. Some parts are kind of outdated but I was able to get everything working in VS Plus the RSVP part is completely skipped over Not so bad when you only have two tables but it would make expansion a nightmare I took the liberty of implementing the RSVP part and making the links and markers act a little more like the way they show the finished NerdDinner site acting.
There is a lengthy written tutorial that probably covers that stuff, but I thought it would be more fun to "just do it". I should say that although the video is only 80 minutes, it will take much longer to complete the tutorial if you plan on actually implementing the site, simply because you have to keep pausing it to catch up your code and a whole LOT longer if, like me, you stray off the path they beat for you to do things like, oh, using Google Maps API instead of Bing
ASP.NET MVC Internationalization - Part 2 (NerdDinner)
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