Localizing content and designing apps for different locales is a straightforward process. You can centralize messages (language keys) and translate them manually or automatically, including form localization and setting text in either direction (left-to-right or right-to-left). Customizing messages in apps is easy too. Read on to learn how to internationalize your applications.

Localizing Your Application

If you’re writing a Liferay Application, you’re probably a genius who is also really cool, which means your application will be used throughout the entire world. At least, if its messages can be...

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Automatically Generating Language Files

If you already have a Language.properties file that holds language keys for your user interface messages, or even a language module that holds these keys, you’re in the right place. In this...

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Using Liferay’s Language Settings

For a given locale, you can override Liferay Portal’s core UI messages. Modifying language key values provides a lot of localization flexibility in itself, but we’re always looking for new ways to...

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