Globalize your Eclipse RCP application

How your UI can easily support multiple languages

From the developerWorks archives

Wei Wang and Yuan Yao Deng

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: July 07, 2009

The Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) is gaining wide acceptance in software development. For multinational enterprises, delivering software that supports multiple languages is increasingly important to worldwide customers. In this article, learn how to globalize the user interface (UI) elements in an RCP application, including the window, menu, toolbar, dialog, welcome page, splash screen, and standard Eclipse UI elements. A sample Hello World application walks you through the process.

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