jQuery Globalization Plugin from Microsoft
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Published: 10 Jun 2010
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In this article, Scott examines the release of the jQuery Globalization Plugin that enables one to add globalization support to your JavaScript applications. He provides a short description of the cocept of Globalization inclding the usage of Language Tags with the help of several examples along with screenshots.
by Scott Guthrie
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Introduction

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Last month I blogged about how Microsoft is starting to make code contributions to jQuery, and about some of the first code contributions we were working on: jQuery Templates and Data Linking support.

Today, we released a prototype of a new jQuery Globalization Plugin that enables you to add globalization support to your JavaScript applications. This plugin includes globalization information for over 350 cultures ranging from Scottish Gaelic, Frisian, Hungarian, Japanese, to Canadian English. We will be releasing this plugin to the community as open-source.

You can download our prototype for the jQuery Globalization plugin from our Github repository:

http://github.com/nje/jquery-glob

You can also download a set of samples that demonstrate some simple use-cases with it here.


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