Add multi-language support to Angular

Add multi-language support to Angular

In this tutorial we're going to take you through the process of making your app accessible and user friendly for people around the world. Only about 20 per cent of the world speaks English, so providing other language options can improve your user experience and greatly increase your app's reach. We're going to take a look at Angular's built-in internationalisation tools and show you how to correctly use them.

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Daniel Crisp is a contract/freelance senior frontend developer. Daniel's areas of expertise lie in JavaScript (Angular), HTML and CSS.