.NET internationalization tutorials to accompany existing Java tutorials and provide steps for internationalizing simple web application
December 6, 2012 — Boulder, CO — Lingoport (www.lingoport.com), the leading resource for creating world-ready software and applications, announced today that it has released Globalyzer 4.1.1. The release builds upon an existing framework for streamlining internationalization scanning and filtering processes and includes a full .NET i18n tutorial for basic web applications.
“We believe Globalyzer’s new .NET tutorials will greatly complement its existing .NET i18n support, and allow our customers to more effectively internationalize their applications,” says Lingoport CEO Adam Asnes. He continues, “we have already received tremendous feedback from our .NET i18n training modules, and are thrilled to be able to extend that expertise to our current and prospective Globalyzer customers.”
Additional features of the Globalyzer 4.1.1 release include additional options for pseudo-localization of all base resource files and features to more quickly identify layout issues where full translated strings would not fit. For a full synopsis of features and bug fixing, visit https://www.lingoport.com/software-internationalization-products/globalyzer-4/release-notes/
A free trial of Globalyzer 4.1.1 as well as access to the .NET internationalization tutorials may be requested at https://www.lingoport.com/globalyzer-trial. A full six-hour .NET training module is available and may be requested by contacting ablau(at)lingoport.com.
Lingoport is a trusted resource to the world’s leading companies in modifying software and web applications to perform gracefully in any language or locale. Lingoport’s product suite helps companies in developing software for the world by checking, measuring and fixing source code for internationalization (i18n) defects, then automating the flow of localization to keep up with ongoing development. Our extensive outsourced internationalization service offerings help companies meet challenging global release deadlines while augmenting development teams. For more information, please visit https://www.lingoport.com or contact Lingoport at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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