Overview[ edit ] Verification is intended to check that a product, service, or system or portion thereof, or set thereof meets a set of design specifications. In the post-development phase, verification procedures involve regularly repeating tests devised specifically to ensure that the product, service, or system continues to meet the initial design requirements, specifications, and regulations as time progresses.
Browsers set this header value based on the user's language preference settingsmaking it a good first choice when inferring a locale. A trivial implementation of using an Accept-Language header would be: In general, this approach is far less reliable than using the language header and is not recommended for most web applications.
However, do not do this. The locale should be transparent and a part of the URL. This way you won't break people's basic assumptions about the web itself: A fancy word for this would be that you're being RESTful.
Sometimes there are exceptions to this rule and those are discussed below. Now you've initialized I18n support for your Ruby on Rails application and told it which locale to use and how to preserve it between requests.
Next we need to internationalize our application by abstracting every locale-specific element.
Finally, we need to localize it by providing necessary translations for these abstracts. Given the following example: In order to internationalize this code, these strings need to be replaced by calls to Rails' t helper with an appropriate key for each string: Rails adds a t translate helper method to your views so that you do not need to spell out I18n.
Add the missing translations into the translation dictionary files: If the locale is set via the URL to the pirate locale http: You need to restart the server when you add new locale files.
You may use YAML. YAML is the preferred option among Rails developers. However, it has one big disadvantage. YAML is very sensitive to whitespace and special characters, so the application may not load your dictionary properly. Ruby files will crash your application on first request, so you may easily find what's wrong.
If you encounter any "weird issues" with YAML dictionaries, try putting the relevant portion of your dictionary into a Ruby file. If your translations are stored in YAML files, certain keys must be escaped. Grammar rules that seem fundamental in one locale may not hold true in another one.
Improper abstraction is shown in the following example, where assumptions are made about the ordering of the different parts of the translation. To create proper abstraction, the I18n gem ships with a feature called variable interpolation that allows you to use variables in translation definitions and pass the values for these variables to the translation method.
Proper abstraction is shown in the following example: The default and scope keywords are reserved and can't be used as variable names. If used, an I18n:: ReservedInterpolationKey exception is raised. If a translation expects an interpolation variable, but this has not been passed to translate, an I18n:: MissingInterpolationArgument exception is raised.
To localize the time format you pass the Time object to I18n. You can pick a format by passing the: Of course, there's a great chance that somebody already did all the work by translating Rails' defaults for your locale. See the rails-i18n repository at GitHub for an archive of various locale files.
The initializer contains a default example for specifying additional rules for English; follow that format for other locales as you see fit. When you put a localized variant of this template: When the locale is set to the default locale, the generic index.
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