E064 - Transloco


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Internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) can be critical for Angular applications that are used throughout a country, continent, or around the globe. As Angular developers, we have several tools at our disposal to accomplish i18n and l10n. As you might expect, since Angular is an opinionated framework that comes with batteries included, there is a solution provided by the Angular Team. We recently sat down with Kaitlyn Ekdahl to learn about the built-in solution to i18n provided by Angular. Kaitlyn taught us how to get started, some of the recent improvements, as well as the pros and cons of this solution. We also briefly mentioned that there are a few open-source community-led efforts at solving i18n with Angular, such as ngx-translate and Transloco.
As engineers, the panelists for the Angular Show (Aaron, Jennifer and Brian) are always curious. We want to learn more, and we endeavor to share our learnings with you! We were excited to learn more about Transloco from Inbal Sinai, a member of the ngneat team, and a Senior Front End Developer at Datorama Salesforce. Inbal shares with us how Transloco works, how easy it is to use, and some of the runtime advantages that Transloco provides. Transloco also makes it easy to get started using the provided `ng add` command. And, if you're currently using Angular's i18n library, Transloco has documentation on how you can easily switch. Oh, did we mention docs? Yeah, they have that covered too (and quite well we might add).
If you are considering supporting i18n and l10n in your Angular application we recommend you listen to this episode of the Angular Show, check out Transloco, and don't forget to subscribe so you can go back and listen to the show we did with Kaitlyn to learn about Angular's localization library.
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Connect with us:
Inbal Sinai - @SinaiInbal
Brian F Love - @brian_love
Jennifer Wadella - @likeOMGitsFEDAY

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