Learn how to take your ASP.NET Core website worldwide. Discover how to configure your code for internationalization, and customize your site's content based on the local culture.
- [Chris] It's really important that your web applications and websites can support people from all around the globe. If not, you're losing out on a huge opportunity to reach those people. Hi, my name is Chris Woodruff, but everyone calls me Woody. I've been developing software for over 20 years and I work as a developer advocate. In this course, we're going to learn about what localization is, some definitions, and considerations that you should have before you start your web projects.
We're also going to build web applications that take the culture from your web browser and translate resources so that you can show text to users in their native language. Then we're going to take a look at currency, measurements and timezones, and finally, we're going to build our own custom localizer. So I hope you have as much fun as I had developing this course, so let's get started.
- Globalization and localization
- Internationalization considerations
- Creating the ASP.NET Core project
- Using the HTTP Accept-Language header
- Using the ASP.NET Core store project
- Displaying content with the controller
- Modifying the views
- Selecting a culture with cookies
- Systems of measurement formats