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Adding Multi-Language Support to Web Applications with PHP and PEAR
April 24, 2009 @ 14:48:15

On the Zend Developer Zone today a new tutorial has been posted about multi-language translation for your site with PHP and the Translation2 PEAR package.

If you're using PHP, adding multi-language support to a Web application is quite easy, especially since the PHP Extension and Application Repository (PEAR) includes some ready-made code to help you get started. And that's where this article comes in. Over the next few pages, I'll introduce you to PEAR's Translation2 package, and show you how you can use it to add multi-language support to your application.

You'll need to have everything up and running (including an install of the PEAR package) before getting started. The tutorial shows how to set up database tables and sample data to reference with a basic "Hello World" script as well as a few more complex examples involving user input and creating a cross-language menu for a sample site.

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