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Step-by-step tutorial to build multi-cultural Asp.Net Core web app

UPDATE — 14.Nov.2020: This tutorial is based on “LazZiya.ExpressLocalization” nuget that was developed in early 2019. Recently, I’ve developed a new localization nuget named “XLocalizer”, it is easier to configure and has more powerful capabilities like localization powered by online translation, auto resource creating and more. Click here to go to the new XLocalizer tutorial, or keep reading below for the older nuget.





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