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This datepicker widget uses Prototype and Scriptaculous. It was originally created by Mathieu Jondet (email@example.com) of Eulerian Technologies and includes code by Arturas Slajus for extending the formatting. Mathieu has moved on, but I want to keep developing this. Let me know if you would ... [More]
Packages for dealing with internationalization, text editing, math, etc. for the Flash platform (AS3)
The Gettext Commons project provides Java classes for internationalization (i18n) through GNU gettext. The lightweight library combines the power of the unix-style gettext tools with the widely used Java ResourceBundles. This makes it possible to use the original text instead of arbitrary ... [More]
polib: A library to parse and manage gettext catalogs. polib allows you to manipulate, create, modify gettext files (pot, po and mo files). You can load existing files, iterate through it's entries, add, modify entries, comments or metadata, etc... or create new po files from scratch. ... [More]
Polyglot (or p6t) is: - Polyglot (person), someone who uses two or more languages - Polyglot (book), a book that contains the same text in more (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). Library allows to change localized messages from the UI. Currently it is in the development mode.
Open blog is a free and open source blogging platform built using the CodeIgniter PHP framework and released under the GPL v3 license. It provides users with a very powerful yet easy to use interface which makes blogging simple and enjoyable.
Online Resource Bundle Editor Bundzilla is for creating resource bundles using a web-based interface. It allows easy collaboration of application developers and translators via email notifications. There is no longer need to install anything on your desktop! An exemplary scenario of using this ... [More]
Think of a number. Any number. Got one? The number you just thought of is probably in a highly-specific base-10 positional system using Arabic numerals. This numeral system is pervasive. Other numeral systems exist. You've probably seen Roman numerals. As you're visiting ... [More]