Last post Jan 24, 2008 11:28 AM by oalexandrino
Jan 20, 2008 04:55 PM|Jeinhor|LINK
Hello there happy developers!
I am wondering if there is a smarter way to handle localization (page language based on users browser setting) than using the resource files? I find it very ineffective and unnecessarily complex to edit these files if you do not have Visual Studio. I would
like to have the language data in XML files instead, which is easily readable by humans and can be edited by someone without any knowledge of development or development tools.
Thanks in advance!
Jan 20, 2008 07:25 PM|roni_schuetz|LINK
for one of my smaller projects i'm using:
http://www.peoplewords.com/download/ResxEditor.aspx this is really great thing and resx is not that bad ;-) as you think it is.
if not build-in usage of with resx I would suggest you to use directly the database, then resx is nothing else then an xml...
Jan 24, 2008 11:28 AM|oalexandrino|LINK
I don't think resx-files a bad idea.
you should use it just because they were done for this reason.
If you go on, and decide to implement your own way, you'll spend a time that could be used by learnind and aplying resources files.