January 24, 2006

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Develop multilanguage Rails apps with the Globalize plugin

“[Globalize](http://www.globalize-rails.org/wiki/) is a Ruby on Rails plugin designed to support multilingual applications.” This sounds perfect for those wishing to add multilanguage/i18n support to their Rails application. More from the [Riding Rails weblog](http://weblog.rubyonrails.com/articles/2006/01/24/globalize-i18n-for-rails-gets-new-home):

> They’re tackling everything from translations of model data, to proper formating of local times, and much anything in between.

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