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    @narando/express-preferred-ui-language

    0.36.0 • Public • Published

    @narando/express-preferred-ui-language

    A middleware to set the available system languages for use with mustache.

    Getting Started

    You need to have nodejs, npm, express and mustache installed.

    $ npm install @narando/express-preferred-ui-language

    Usage

    The middleware will get the availabel languages from ./app/locales/:

    import preferredUILanguage from "@narando/express-preferred-ui-language";
    
    // add middleware to express
    app.router(preferredUILanguage());

    To add a language you have to create a new file at ./app/locales. The file name will be used as the language identifier.

    Use the following JSON structure and folder structure

    Folder structure

    app
    |-locales
      |-de-DE.json
      |-en-US.json
    

    Locale file structure

    {
      "namespace1": {
        "text1": "First text",
        "text2": "Second text"
      },
      "namespace2": {
        "text3": "Third text",
        "text4": "Fourth text"
      }
    }

    The middleware will set the res.locals like:

    [
      { languageCode: "de-DE", selected: true },
      { languageCode: "en-US", selected: false }
    ]
    

    To use it in your mustache template you can use the following example to create a dropdown with all available languages

    <select name="systemLanguage" id="selectSystemLanguage" class="selectpicker form-control" data-live-search="true">
      {{#UILanguage}}
          <option value="{{languageCode}}" {{#selected}} selected {{/selected}}>{{languageCode}}</option>
      {{/UILanguage}}
    </select>

    Install

    npm i @narando/express-preferred-ui-language

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    0.36.0

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