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  • next-i18next

    The easiest way to translate your NextJs apps.

    Let's take the example of next-i18next. While next-i18next uses i18next and react-i18next under the hood, users of next-i18next simply need to include their translation content as JSON files and don't have to worry about much else.

  • i18next-locize-backend

    A simple i18next backend for locize.com which can be used in Node.js, in the browser and for Deno.

    We will use the i18next-locize-backend plugin, but only on client side.

  • Zigi

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  • i18next-chained-backend

    An i18next backend to chain multiple backends (add fallbacks, caches, ...)

    If you've configured caching for your locize version, you may not need the i18next-localstorage-backend and i18next-chained-backend plugin.

  • i18next-localstorage-backend

    This is a i18next cache layer to be used in the browser. It will load and cache resources from localStorage and can be used in combination with the chained backend.

    If you've configured caching for your locize version, you may not need the i18next-localstorage-backend and i18next-chained-backend plugin.

  • locize-lastused

    Using API lastUsed using in node.js, in the browser and for deno.

    Thanks to the locize-lastused plugin, you'll be able to find and filter in locize which keys are used or not used anymore.

  • locize

    locize InContextEditor postMessage API

    With the help of the locize plugin, you'll be able to use your app within the locize InContext Editor.

  • i18next

    i18next: learn once - translate everywhere

    Let's take the example of next-i18next. While next-i18next uses i18next and react-i18next under the hood, users of next-i18next simply need to include their translation content as JSON files and don't have to worry about much else.

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    Truly a developer’s best friend. Scout APM is great for developers who want to find and fix performance issues in their applications. With Scout, we'll take care of the bugs so you can focus on building great things 🚀.

  • vercel

    Develop. Preview. Ship.

    Having a backend server does not mean you are forced to run your own server. It can also be a PaaS or serverless solution, like Vercel or Netlify, etc.

  • react-i18next

    Internationalization for react done right. Using the i18next i18n ecosystem.

    Let's take the example of next-i18next. While next-i18next uses i18next and react-i18next under the hood, users of next-i18next simply need to include their translation content as JSON files and don't have to worry about much else.

  • pages-gem

    A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages

    With this example, we just need a static webserver, like GitHub Pages or similar.

  • Next.js

    The React Framework

    Writing Next.js code blurs the lines between client side and server side. The code is written once and depending on your needs it is then executed as SSG (static-site generation), SSR (server-side rendering) or CSR (client-side rendering), etc.

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