ICEfaces and Google Translate

Enrich your Web application with translation ability

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Oleg Tikhonov

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: September 08, 2009

Globalization has had an enormous impact on our lives and cultures. As a result, translation is becoming an increasingly important tool to enhance understanding between cultures. Organizations try to use Web technologies with different languages, scripts, and cultures, and developers search for new technologies that will help them create efficient applications as quickly as possible. Fortunately, JavaServer Faces (JSF) simplifies life for application developers, making it possible for them to focus on the view without needing to know the underlying markup or scripts. ICEfaces, an integrated Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) application framework, enables Java™ Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application developers to easily create and deploy thin-client, rich Internet applications in pure Java code. This tutorial describes how to develop Web applications using JSF with the translation option.

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