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react-i18next reviews and mentions

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  • A brief history of web development. And why your framework doesn't matter
    4 projects | | 29 Apr 2024
    > It’s important to be aware of what you are getting if you go with React, and what you are getting is a far cry from what a framework would offer, with all the corresponding pros and cons.

    Would you like to elaborate on that?

    In my experience, with something as great, size/ecosystem-wise as React, there will almost always be at least one "mainstream" package for whatever you might want to do with it, that integrates pretty well. Where a lot of things might come out of the box with a framework, with a library I often find myself just needing to install the "right" package, and from there it's pretty much the same.

    For example, using or installing and using

    Or something like out of the box, vs installing and using

    Or perhaps vs

    Even adding something that's not there out of the box is pretty much the same, like or

    React will typically have more fragmentation and therefore also choice, but I don't see those two experiences as that different. Updates and version management/supply chain will inevitably be more of a mess with the library, admittedly.

    Now, projects like Next exist and add what some might regard as the missing pieces and work well if you want something opinionated and with lots of features out of the box, but a lot of those features (like SSR) are actually pretty advanced and not always even necessary.

  • Pains and solutions in localization for the web
    3 projects | | 13 Dec 2023
    In a recent project I've been using react-i18next so I'll use its syntax for the examples, but pretty much every library works similarly.
  • 45 NPM Packages to Solve 16 React Problems
    22 projects | | 14 Nov 2023
  • React Ecosystem in 2024
    22 projects | | 16 Oct 2023
    i18next - You can find documentation and resources for using i18next at i18next is a popular internationalization framework for JavaScript, including React. It provides a comprehensive solution for handling translations, formatting, and more.
  • Enforcing Localization through Types
    3 projects | | 20 Aug 2023
    So far, we’ve been using a utility createLocalizedString to create and use the LocalizedString type. This utility is only really practical in unit tests. For real applications, we’ll want to use a translation function from react-i18next or next-i18next to do the heavy lifting. Then we just wrap the translation functions that are provided in order to use our type:
  • 5 Not-So-Typical React Libraries for an Outstanding Project
    9 projects | | 3 Aug 2023
  • Is it a good practice to centralized messages file
    1 project | /r/reactjs | 10 Jul 2023
    If you are talking about handling translations for your application, take a look at
  • Looking for a few iOS devs that are interested in getting their apps localized.
    2 projects | /r/swift | 28 Jun 2023
    I will be supporting Korean as a part of the beta. I have to look deeper into in order to understand what it provides. My goal is for engineers to be able to click a single button and have localizations always up to date in their codebase, not delaying shipping a new version or having to even think about it.
  • Supercharge Your TypeScript App: Mastering i18next for Type-Safe Translations
    6 projects | | 22 Jun 2023
    With the new react-i18next version, when loading multiple namespaces, t function will infer and accept the keys for the first namespace. So this pattern is now accepted:
  • React Ecosystem in 2023.
    15 projects | | 17 Jun 2023
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