Advanced Internationalization in Oracle JET by Carlos Santos and João Tiago

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How to easily manage translations in Oracle JET applications seems to be a topic often asked by the community. This guide provides a simple yet powerful methodology to accomplish this.

Oracle JET components (based on Alta UI) fully support translations ‘out of the box’. What you need to do in essence is change the lang attribute on your <html> tag. This obviously does not mean that your own texts/components will be translated automatically, that’s what we aim to fix with this guide.

In order to setup support for our own translations we need to set few things:

1. Add a flag pack on your project

eg, css/images/flags

In order to avoid performance issues prefer vector formats, minify and compress SVG assets, etc. In here we simply use png’s. Read the complete article here.

 

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