The Localization component is responsible for providing extensible support for any mobile application to be adapted for a specific region or language by adding locale-specific components and translating text.
It centralizes all localization resources from an application in a single editor. This editor works like a spreadsheet where you can edit cells individually and perform operations over columns and groups of cells.
Since Sequoyah already provides a localization framework for strings, and with the goal of providing a more complete and easy to use framework, Sequoyah now intends to deal with other localizable resources besides strings. In this document we have a proposal of such effort, where we list some user stories describing how we intend to extend the current framework to deal with images, sounds and video in a first moment. In a later moment, the framework will also be capable of treating even other localizable resources, such as formatting, currency, date and time.
As part of the DSDP Restructuring, process, Sequoyah has moved to Tools project. The following items have been affected and updated: SVN repository, Bugzilla, IPLogs and web resources in general (download pages, web site, wiki page, blog). Those changes shouldn't affect Sequoyah users in any way different than reconfiguring SVN access and using different download pages.
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We have a proposal for extending Localization framework in order
to support other resources, such as image, sound and video.
You can find more information about it here.