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  1. #1
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    Developing Web Apps in English and Local Language

    Dear all,

    I am planning to develop a web apps with materials in English language but I am starting to think that it would also be effectively useful if the material is in my native language for people in my country. Because sometimes people would prefer to have the explanation local language and web translator is sometimes miss the context.

    So I come up with an idea about developing two web apps with same items, well it not exactly the same, but the content, the explanations are going to be different. One in English, the other one in my native language. Let say it is going to be: Web Apps A (Full English Version) and Web Apps B (Explanation in Local Language).
    I'm not sure whether it is allowed or not. Any suggestion?

    Many thanks in advance for the reply. I really appreciate it.
    Pandit

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    Re: Developing Web Apps in English and Local Language

    Yes of course, it is allowed, actually it is welcomed. Besides the way you describe, you may check a short overview on http://www.developer.nokia.com/Resou...alization.html about other approaches you can consider.

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