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Internationalize and Humanize your Ruby on Rails application
2 projects | dev.to | 23 Aug 2023
Ruby on Rails provides built-in support for I18n, making it easy to create and manage translations for different languages. The humanization helpers of ActiveRecord and ActiveModel I18n, and you can leverage this to make you application support multiple languages, and to also humanize your object names and attributes to generate human readable content and forms.
What are some alternatives?
twitter-cldr-rb - Ruby implementation of the ICU (International Components for Unicode) that uses the Common Locale Data Repository to format dates, plurals, and more.
r18n - I18n tool to translate your Ruby application.
Globalize - Rails I18n de-facto standard library for ActiveRecord model/data translation.
i18n-tasks - Manage translation and localization with static analysis, for Ruby i18n
FastGettext - Ruby GetText, but 12x faster + 530x less garbage + simple + clean namespace + threadsafe + extendable + multiple backends
Traco - Translatable columns for Ruby on Rails, stored in the model table itself.
Mobility - Pluggable Ruby translation framework
i18n-backend-side_by_side - Tired of jumping between language files when translating keys? Stop jumping and have all the languages side by side.
Locale - Send and retrieve your ruby i18n localizations to the Locale translation service