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Welcome to the i18n School!!!

The main aim of this set of pages is to provide a good support documentation to developers and users when dealing with i18n in Sakai projects, tools and/or services. So, if you think that an issue is not covered properly or not covered at all, please, let us know sending a mail to i18n@collab.sakaiproject.org.

Contents

These are the intented contents of the i18n School. We will include links as we have the contents of each section ready. Of course, any suggestion will be welcome. We would like to create an i18n School useful for everyone so we would also appreciate contributions on short tutorials contents. So, if you are developer and want to work with us, just let us know. Any help will be appreciated. Please, mail us to i18n@collab.sakaiproject.org.

  1. What is i18n?
  2. Effects of a bad i18n'ed tool.
  3. Understanding the basics
    1. i18n requirements and goals
    2. ResourceLoader class
    3. TimeService component
    4. Localizing UI messages
    5. Localizing dates and times
  4. i18n in VM
  5. i18n in JSF/JSP 
  6. i18n in RSF  
    1. Handling dates
    2. Handling time zones
    3. Handling number formats
    4. Handling UI messages
    5. Handling input data (radio buttons, selects, and so on)
  7. i18n in GWT  
    1. Handling dates
    2. Handling time zones
    3. Handling number formats
    4. Handling UI messages
    5. Handling input data (radio buttons, selects, and so on)
  8. i18n in wicket  
    1. Handling dates
    2. Handling time zones
    3. Handling number formats
    4. Handling UI messages
    5. Handling input data (radio buttons, selects, and so on)
  9. i18n in Trimpath
    1. Handling dates
    2. Handling time zones
    3. Handling number formats
    4. Handling UI messages
    5. Handling input data (radio buttons, selects, and so on)
  10. Configuration issues
    1. Common UTF-8 problems

To improve support quality, Universitat Politècnica de València will provide part of the resources needed to do so and will record short video tutorials using Polimedia (you can see what Polimedia is at http://polimedia.upv.es/visor/?id=bfb42b31-80c6-444e-a3c2-3cdba31d6952).

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