Implementing Localization in Java (Java SE 11 Developer Certification 1Z0-819)

by Jaya Bodkhey

This course will teach you how to implement localization in Java using Locale, these are resource bundles and Java APIs that parse text, currency, date, time zone, and numbers.

What you'll learn

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.

About the author

Jaya is a seasoned engineer in Information Security and Automation domain. During her rich experience of 10 years in software industry, she has worked on several technologies like Information Security, Penetration Testing, Certificate Management System, SSL, Networking, VENAFAI, Secure FTP, PKI Webservices, Cloud Security, Cloud Storage, Storage Virtualization, C, C++, Java, Python, Shell Scripting, Expect Scripting etc. She is proficient with Unix and Linux operating systems. She is also well v... more

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