Today we’ll be covering how a number of formatting options available with the vue-i18n plugin for internationalization (i18n). We’ll also be covering how to handle fallbacks when no string is available for a locale. We’ll be using the vue-i18n plugin written by Kazuya Kawaguchi, and this article is building up from this previous one, which introduces using vue-i18n for internationalization (i18n) in Vue.js apps.
vue-i18n provides a number of ways to format your app strings. We can even define a custom formatter if you don’t like the default style. We can also provide fallbacks that are useful when we’re missing strings for a given locale.
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More i18n with Vue: Formatting and Fallbacks. A look at more features from the vue-i18n plugin for dealing with i18n in your Vue apps. We'll look especially at string formatting and fallbacks.