In this tutorial, you will learn how to painlessly translate an Angular application in many languages using Tolgee, a powerful open-source Localization engine
Nowadays, providing solutions to specific problems identified in a domain has fueled the creation and growth of many companies and startups. But one problem arises which is how to market the product in various places given that not everyone does not have the same background. Even though English is one of the most used languages, especially in the professional domain, this does not exclude the other part of the population that uses other languages. To build an application or solution for a specific area, you need to assure that your solution will efficiently communicate with the target audience. Software localization is the process of adapting a product or a service offered by the software to meet the needs of a desired culture, population or language.
In this article, you will learn how to localize your Vue application in various languages with Tolgee an open-source tool. But before that let’s have an overview of what Tolgee and Vuejs are.
Translating an App to multiple languages (localization) is tricky part of many applications. Tolgee is simplifying the localization process and saves developer's time 👨💻👩🏻💻 by removing repetitive tasks 🔁 ❌. Saving time? That's what I want. Show me!
Localization is the process of translating the content from one language to another. Localizing your application or website helps you to reach out to the new audience and increase its user base by making your product available in different languages. You can localize the entire application or just some parts of it.
Ever wondered how to translate your web pages into different local languages of visitors visiting your website? That’s where the concept of localization comes into action. Localization with reference to web pages is nothing but a process of translating your web pages into the local language of the visitor.