Mozilla releases Fluent 1.0, a localization system for natural-sounding translations | 4/19/2019 | Staff
joyyjoyy (Posted by) Level 3
Mozilla yesterday announced the version 1.0 release of Fluent, a system for localization that the non-profit currently uses for localizing its flagship Mozilla Firefox web browser.

In the blog post announcing the release, Fluent project lead Staś Małolepszy detailed why and how Mozilla uses Fluent to overcome the myriad of challenges they face when localizing Firefox into nearly 100 languages. Instead of the archaic limit of translations that map one-to-one to the source language (in Firefox's case, English), Fluent enables support for the syntax and grammar of other localized languages with complete independence from the software's...
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