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What's a good JS library for handling the quiz portion (grading, etc.) of an e-learning web application (needs to have multi-language support)?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 13 Jul 2022
React i18n: Documentation: https://formatjs.io/docs/react-intl/ Source Code: https://github.com/formatjs/formatjs
Next.js internationalization (i18n) tutorial
7 projects | dev.to | 30 Mar 2022
As we mentioned earlier, the Next.js works well with existing i18n libraries (react-intl, lingui, next-intl, and similar). In this tutorial, we will use the react-intl.
I18N in the Multiverse of Formats
5 projects | dev.to | 17 Feb 2022
How to Internationalize Your App’s Product Notifications
3 projects | dev.to | 10 Feb 2022
How Major Frontend Libraries Handle i18n
8 projects | dev.to | 4 Oct 2021
react-intl (now called format.js)
Help me understand this production code JS snippet
2 projects | reddit.com/r/programmingrequests | 10 Jul 2021
Tik-Tok seem to have brewed this i18n solution themselves, but if you're looking to do this kind of thing, I'd start with a library for it. i18next and format.js are both solid choices.
5 Useful React Libraries ⚛️ Part-2
5 projects | dev.to | 8 Jul 2021
3️⃣ React Intl React Intl is a library that helps to internationalize React applications. It provides components and API to format text, numbers, and dates. With the internationalization context provided by React Intl, we can use translation and formatting in any React component throughout the application. 📌Homepage 📡GitHub
i18n and Next.js
8 projects | reddit.com/r/nextjs | 27 May 2021
I'm currently setting up i18n for a boilerplate that I am creating and deciding on which package to use. I've used react-intl in the past (when Next.js did not yet have internationalised routing) and it was a fine experience. However, since I now have the opportunity to reevaluate which package to use, I thought I might as well ask others for their opinion.
React internationalization with react-intl
3 projects | dev.to | 21 Apr 2021
I wrote an tool to auto-internationalize any react app
I had to build this for a project I was involved in. It uses the format.js API to do the internationalization. I was a bit aggressive in the algorithm so it's possible that there were some false positives but those are pretty easy to find once you have the translation file (which gets produced by the format js tooling). Using this tool, however, I was able to convert a good 80-90% of the app in my particular use case (a medium size react app). The remaining code was done manually (things like pluralization are not handled by the tool).
What are some alternatives?
i18next - i18next: learn once - translate everywhere
react-i18next - Internationalization for react done right. Using the i18next i18n ecosystem.
next-intl - A minimal, but complete solution for internationalization in Next.js apps. 🌐
nextjs-monorepo-example - Collection of monorepo tips & tricks
react-toastify - React notification made easy 🚀 !
react-intl-universal - Internationalize React apps. Not only for Component but also for Vanilla JS.
next-translate - Next.js plugin + i18n API for Next.js 🌍 - Load page translations and use them in an easy way!
react-moment - React component for the moment date library.
Next.js - The React Framework