TsiLang Components Suite makes it possible to create multilanguage localization for applications that support new, user-created translations even without recompilation or assistance from the developers. So we’ve demonstrated this in the article Creating multilanguage applications translated by users. Examples of applications with multilanguage localization developed with this method include our products Resource Builder, SIL Editor, and Dictionary Manager, as well as third-party applications.
How it is done in RadPHP XE?
In RadPHP XE, the user changes languages through the Options menu.
Figure 1. RadPHP XE Options dialog box.
Also, the application comes with a set of languages including English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Japanese. During the installation, the setup script also copies a dictionary and translation file to the user’s PC:
Figure 2. Translation files
Also, the help file includes a detailed explanation of the steps for adding new translations:
Figure 3. RADPHP XE: Contributor Guide
As a result, after the user adds a language or updates an existing language, new translations will appear automatically in the application. Moreover, the large community of RadPHP XE users all over the world helps to collect quite a large translation database. Later this can be shared with others.
Figure 4. Translations Editor for RADPHP XE
As shown here, this functionality is fast and easy to implement, while providing tremendous flexibility for developers. Moreover, the fact that the company that created RAD Studio and other development tools uses TsiLang Components Suite underscores the quality, convenience, and reliability of our product. So we hope that you will choose our product as a tool for your multilingual RAD Studio, Delphi or C++Builder applications.
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