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Yury Dymov is currently working as a Solution Architect at SAP. He has over ten years of web and mobile application development experience and many projects in his portfolio delivered for the biggest enterprises of the world.

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Internationalizing React Apps

First of all, let's define some vocabulary. "Internationalization" is a long word, and there are at least two widely used abbreviations: "intl," "i18n". "Localization" can be shortened to "l10n".

Internationalizing React Apps

Internationalization can be generally broken down into three main challenges: Detecting the user's locale, translating UI elements, titles as well as hints, and last but not least, serving locale-specific content such as dates, currencies and numbers. In this article, I am going to focus only on front-end part. We'll develop a simple universal React application with full internationalization support.

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