svelte-intl-universal
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svelte-intl-universal

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The simplest internationalization solution for svelte(or others.)

svelte-intl-universal is benefit and modified from react-intl-universal and provides the simplest operation to support svelte application to achieve internationalization (not only svelte application can be used)

Features

  • Simple, Simple, Simple
  • Display numbers, currency, dates and times for different locales.
  • Pluralize labels in strings.
  • Support variables in message.
  • Runs in the browser and Node.js.
  • Message format is strictly implemented by ICU standards.
  • Locale data in nested JSON format are supported.

Usage

Install

npm i svelte-intl-universal

Base Example

<script>
import { onMount } from 'svelte'
import intl from 'svelte-intl-universal'

const locales = {
  "en-US": require('./locales/en-US.js'),
  "zh-CN": require('./locales/zh-CN.js'),
}

export let lang = 'zh-CN'
export let loadingLang = true

function loadLocales() {
  intl.init({
    currentLocale: lang,
    locales,
  })

  loadingLang = false
}

onMount(() => {
  loadLocales()
})
</script>

{#if !loadingLang}
  <h1>{intl.get('banner.title')}</h1>
{/if}

Init options

  • currentLocale: the current locale string, such as 'en-US'
  • fallbackLocale: a fallback locale string used when no currentLocale matched
  • escapeHtml: should escape the html string? default true
  • locales: your locales object, like '{ en-US: { ... } }'
  • formats: intl-messageformat advanced useage, more detail here
  • options: intl-messageformat advanced useage, more detail here

Html string

Thanks to svelte’s @html design, we can directly use it like this

// en-US.js
export default ({
  title: "'<h1>'{title}'</h1>'"
})

// some-component.svelte
<script>
import intl from 'svelte-intl-universal'
export let title = 'Some Title'
</script>

<div class='title'>
  {@html intl.get('title', { title })}
<div>

NOTICE: "'<h1>'{title}'</h1>'" the <h1> tag was wrapped by apostrophe,more in intl-messageformate

Message With Variables

more advanced details in intl-messageformat

  1. plural labels
// en-US.js
export default ({
  photos: `You have {numPhotos, plural,
      =0 {no photos.}
      =1 {one photo.}
      other {# photos.}
    }`
})

// some-component.svelte
<h1>{ intl.get('photos', { numPhotos: 1000 }) }</h1> // You have 1,000 photos.
<h1>{ intl.get('photos', { numPhotos: 0 }) }</h1> // You have no photos.
<h1>{ intl.get('photos', { numPhotos: 1 }) }</h1> // You have one photos.
  1. Date/Time/Number Skeleton
export default ({
  price: 'The price is: {price, number, ::currency/EUR}'
})

<h1>{intl.get('price', { price: 100 })}</h1> // The price is: €100.00

Default Message

When the specific key does't exist in current locale, you may want to make it return a default message.

intl.get(key: string, vars: IObject, defaultMsg: string = '')

// or you can just ignore the vars
intl.get(key: string, defaultMsg: string = '')

Online DEMO

simple demo 01

License

MIT

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