- The localization process
- Basic internationalization
- Choosing target markets
- Preparing your app for internationalization
- Translating your app
- Testing and releasing your translated app
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Eric] In the US, there are about 260 million mobile phone users, but globally, there are more than 10 times that many. Localizing your app to be released in new markets is a great way to expand your reach and grow your user base. I'm Eric Brynsvold, and I've been building Android apps for the last six years, and as I've localized some of those apps, I've gotten experience in what to do and what not to do, and I'd love to share that knowledge with you. In this course, we'll cover a few different things: how to internationalize your app to get it structured for translation, how Android resources, including strings, are resolved so the right string shows up for the right language at the right time, how to work with translators to get professionally translated content in your app, and how to manage the continuous localization process so your app stays up to date as you add new features.
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1. Get Started with Localization
2. Internationalization: Prepare Your App
3. Localization: Translate Your App
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