Adding i18n in React Native apps

Hello👋 dev,

The holiday season is coming to an end and I hope you had a great one with your loved ones!

It has been only a day since the start of a new decade, and I am excited to announce that my first post is live now. Why am I excited? Back in 2019, I set an arbitrary goal to write 50 posts/tutorials on React Native. It was a personal goal that I failed to achieve. I closed the year of 2019 only by publishing 39 posts in the world of RN. Though I did end up writing more than 50 posts overall (including on Nodejs, Reactjs and so on).

This year, I am going in for a similar challenge. Hopefully, before the year wraps up, I will achieve my goal. I have some planned content that I am sure you are going to enjoy at whatever stage or level you are as a React Native developer.

Back to the first post 👉 👉 👉 How to use react-native-localize in React Native apps

If you ever plan to include support for international users in a React Native app, you’ll need internationalization (or commonly known as i18n) in your app. I wrote a short tutorial that uses react-native-localize along with a popular internationalization library i18n-js. The app will display some mock locales based on the device's language and region settings.

🥳 Happy New Year and may your hard work continues to pay!

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