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Internationalize your web applications using Wikimedia i18n libraries
Submitted by Santhosh Thottingal (@santhoshtr) on Thursday, 30 August 2012
a) jquery.i18n A jquery based internationalization framework with plural, gender, grammar, number system support
b) jquery.webfonts - A general webfonts framework supporting many fonts from non-latin scripts
c) jquery.ime - A jQuery library for adding support for inputting in non latin scripts
d) jquery.uls- Universal language selector for selecting a language and configuring the settings
The projects are available at https://github.com/wikimedia/
Note: i18n stands for Internationalization- Making your application ready for supporting any language. l10n stands for Localization- Translating a i18n-ed application to a language.
I work at Wikimedia Foundation's Internationalization team, and provide tools for supporting near 300 languages with Wikimedia projects including Wikipedia, Wikisource, Commons etc. I am specialized in internationalization and language engineering particularly Indic languages.