Java Internationalization (Java Series)

Java Internationalization (Java Series)
O'Reilly Media, Inc. | 2001-03 | ISBN: 0596000197 | File type: PDF | 445 pages | 2.38 mb

For any Java programmer or manager creating software for global markets, Java Internationalisation is an essential guide to the dos and don'ts of writing software that's usable all around the world. Besides a guide to internationalisation (and its flip side, localisation) generally, this book provides in-depth coverage of support for globalised software on the Java platform.
It makes sense that software should move easily between international markets in today's global economy. Java Internationalisation is first and foremost a guide to the issues surrounding writing software for different languages. The first sections examine a truly fascinating sample of the world's character sets and salient features for outputting characters in software.

Then there is a thorough description of techniques and issues surrounding the creation of software in different languages. Java's built-in support for locales (best described as geographical and language communities) comes later in the book. The authors show how to format text (and dates) for different markets using built-in Java APIs and features (like resource bundles). Short sections on internationalising Web sites powered by Java (whether with servlets or JSPs) offer some valuable insight. The book concludes with a roadmap for the future evolution of Java 3.0 internationalisation, plus a really handy listing of all Java APIs that have been designed with international support in mind.

In all, Java Internationalisation does justice to an intriguing area of Java development, one that is sure to be increasingly important as more and more software is extended to new global markets. Suitable for anyone who designs or manages Java software, this concise volume cuts straight to the chase and is a worthwhile and timely guide to how to get Java applications to new markets fast. Richard Dragan

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