Locale Tutorial

This tutorial explains how to use the localization APIs.

The provided localization functions will use the user's locale settings or fall back to the default configuration.

Usage

Strings

Core

To get translations from the OS.js client:

const {translate} = core.make('osjs/locale');

const translated = translate('foo', 1, 2, 3);
console.log(translated);

Custom

Or create your own:

const {translatable} = core.make('osjs/locale');

const translate = translatable({
  en_EN: {
    hello: 'Hello {0}'
  }
});

const translated = translate('hello', 'World');
console.log(translated); // => "Hello World"

Date and Time

You can also get formatted date and time:

const {format} = core.make('osjs/locale');

const formatted = format(new Date(), 'fullDate');
console.log(formatted);

The built-in formats are: shortDate, mediumDate, longDate, fullDate, shortTime, longTime.

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