next-export-i18n v1.3.0: respecing the user’s default language
Today I released
version 1.3.0 of
next-export-i18n, the i18n module for Next.js which is fully compatible with
$ npm i next-export-i18n or get
next-export-i18n v1.3.0 from npm.js.
New feature: Respecting the user’s default language
Starting with Version 1.3.0,
next-export-i18nreads the user's default language settings from the browser. If this language is available as
i18n it is automatically used as the default language.
This npm module provides a simple solution for Internationalization (i18n) of projects using
Next.js already has support for internationalized (i18n) routing out-of-the-box. You can provide a list of locales, a default as well as domain-specific locales and Next.js automatically handles the routing. It streamlines the touring and locale parsing for nearly all existing l18n library solutions available for Next.js such as
Next.js i18n-routing does not supports
This means that none of the i18n-libraries (which are utilizing the build in i18n-routing) is able to support fully static sites which are generated with
next-export-i18n provides a simple solution for Internationalization (i18n) when you want to generate a truly static website with
You can also take a look at the example implementation next-export-i18n-example.vercel.app and its source code at github:
Originally published at https://dev.to on January 7, 2022.