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Lessons in Localisation

Originally posted in Zomato’s Engineering Blog

Since our first international launch in 2012, we’d understood the importance of localising a product to the market. That is, it wasn’t enough to simply collect high-quality restaurant data and present it in a one-size-fits-all way–it needed to cater to local trends and behaviour in each market, and more importantly, be easily understandable and relatable for people using it there. 1,499 more words


Rails | Devise | Internationalization I18n

If you are upgrading your app from uni-lingual to bilingual, you might want to have separate pages for Devise related pages as well. Its simple for simpler implementation of devise like no ‘omniauth’. 209 more words

Ruby On Rails

I'm an Expert

It is very easy to be flattered by figures. A quick glance at my Klout score this afternoon revealed that I’ve been given the accolade of “Expert” in a number of categories including these: 264 more words


Localization in iOS

If you haven’t already tried Alto, definitely do it now. It’s an amazing app, in which we have put in a lot of hard work. And here, I will give you a brief summary of all that was involved in making ALTO available for everyone. 777 more words


Holland To Return / Havlik, Sanna Licensed / Belli Extended / Park Geum Man Retires

There’s news on the overseas jockey front with three new additions to the licensed ranks from the start of this month.

Darryll Holland, who enjoyed a successful spell at Busan a couple of years ago, returns to the south coast on a four-month initial license. 372 more words


More support for our students

I am proud to report that our deepening ties with Mexico continue to result in additional support for our students. Yesterday Mexico’s ambassador to the United States presented the College with an $80,000 award to fund scholarships for immigrants and Americans of Mexican origin. 242 more words

Your Site, Now in Other Languages: Introducing the Google Translate Widget

Internationalization is very important to us, and we’re striving to make sites across WordPress.com accessible to all, such as your international followers and multilingual readers. 218 more words