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Creating multilingual websites - Part 1

, 25 Aug 2004
Extend the existing globalization capabilities of .NET to create flexible and powerful multilgual web sites. First, create a custom ResourceManager, and then create custom localized-capable server controls to easily deploy multilingual functionality.
LocalizedSample.zip
LocalizedSample
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Localization.dll
LocalizedSample.dll
Global.asax
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fr-CA
Localization
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Localization.dll
Localization.csproj.user
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temp
TempPE
LocalizedSample.csproj.webinfo
LocalizedSample.resharperoptions
LocalizedSampleVB.zip
LocalizedSampleVB
bin
Localization.dll
LocalizedSampleVB.dll
Global.asax
language
en-CA
fr-CA
Localization
bin
Localization.dll
Localization.vbproj.user
LocalizedSampleVB.resharperoptions
LocalizedSampleVB.vbproj.webinfo
_ReSharper.LocalizedSampleVB
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SampleLocalizationSite.zip
SampleLocalizationSite
bin
en-CA
SampleLocalizationSite.resources.dll
fr-CA
SampleLocalizationSite.resources.dll
SampleLocalizationSite.dll
Global.asax
SampleLocalizationSite.vbproj.webinfo

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