localization_table 0.1.2

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Localize you app the easy way using a localization table.

localization_table #

Localize you app using a localization table.

How to use #

  1. Create your table file with the .csv format.

  2. Put your supported languages in the first row, starting from the second cell.

  3. Put your string keys in the first column, starting from the second cell.

  4. Put your default language in the first cell at (0,0).

Example Table:

  1. Add the LocalizationTableDelegate to your locale delegates.
MaterialApp(
   localizationsDelegates: [
     LocalizationTableDelegate('assets/table.csv'),
     GlobalWidgetsLocalizations.delegate,
     GlobalMaterialLocalizations.delegate,
     GlobalCupertinoLocalizations.delegate,
   ],
   supportedLocales: [
     Locale('fa'),
     Locale('en'),
   ],
    home: /* ... */
)
  1. Use directly with LocalizationTable.of(context).get(key) where key is the string key of the value you want.

Using the extension method #

For ease of use there is a built in extension method that can be used in flutter projects that use dart 2.7.0 or higher.

Example

    Text('login'.getString(context))

How to use without buildContext #

void backgroundEntryPoint() async{
  final locale = Locale('en'); 
  
  final table = await LocalizationTableDelegate('assets/table.csv').load(locale);
  
  String appName = table.get('app_name');
  
  showNotification(appName);
}
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Localize you app the easy way using a localization table.

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Dependencies

csv, flutter

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