When you develop an application for international users, it is best to format the visual content to have location-specific data. In this course, Implementing Localization in Java (Java SE 11 Developer Certification 1Z0-819), you’ll learn to use various features and APIs offered by localization in Java. First, you’ll explore what localization is and what types of data you can localize. Next, you’ll discover how you can support bi-directional languages in a Java application. Finally, you’ll learn how to format text, date, time zone, currency, and numbers. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of implementing localization in Java needed to support various local formats in Java Programming to cater to international users.
Course Overview Hi. My name is Jaya Bodkhey, and welcome to my course, Implementing Localization in Java in the Pluralsight path Java SE 11 Developer Certification. I'm an information security and automation engineer. When we are developing an application that is intended to be used by the people across the globe, it is always advisable to support entities like language, currency, date, time, time zone, etc. as per the format and standards applicable for that geographical, social, and political region. This not only makes an application user friendly, but also makes it adaptable by a larger community of users. Localization's support in Java targets exactly the same aspect of Java programming. Java has got a rich set of classes and methods available to fulfill all the requirements of implementing localization for an application. Through this course, we will learn all of these Java classes and methods along with their practical usage. In this course, we are going to learn various aspects of implementing localization in Java like understanding localization in Java, formatting bi‑directional text in Java, formatting text, currency, date, time, time zone, and numbers, Java classes and methods supporting localization. By the end of this course, you will be able to learn what is localization and what type of data you can localize, how you can support bi‑directional languages in a Java application, and how you can format text, date, time zone, currency, and numbers in a Java application. You will also learn how to use all these localization and formatting elements in your practical Java programming. Before beginning of the course, I would recommend you to be familiar with Java programming elements like classes, objects, attributes, methods, and packages. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn all these interesting artifacts of enabling localization support for a Java application with this course, Implementing Localization in Java at Pluralsight.