Localization is the process of adapting a product or service to a particular language, culture, and desired local "look-and-feel. Localization can be referred to by the numeronym L10N or l10n (as in: "L", followed by ten more letters, and then "N").

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Localization is more than just the translation of the strings in your application in other languages. It also involves displaying data, such as dates and times, in the right format for your users.

One of the many areas which has been revamped completely with ASP.​NET 5 is the localization infrastructure. Anže Vodovnik takes a look at how you localize Razor views in ASP.​NET 5 and MVC 6.

Creating of user-friendly configurable internationalization mechanism in ASP.NET MVC application.

As a platform, Android devices are now multilingual “out of the box.” In theory, you can target practically any country, region, or culture in the world with your app. However, your developer conscience is already whispering to you that diving in just anyhow to make versions for every local language under the sun might not be such a bright idea. But with the right approach to app localization, the world is your oyster.