Now Available: Going Global with JavaScript and Globalize.js

I’m happy to announce the publication of Going Global with JavaScript and Globalize.js.

If you use develop websites or applications for more than one language or country, this book will help you improve your JavaScript code. And if you haven’t yet made use of Globalize.js, this book could save you many hours — as well as accelerate your globalization efforts.

Author Jukka Korpela has included plenty of hands-on code samples. Jukka also happens to be author of my favorite book on Unicode.

Readers of this book will learn:

  • How to adapt a JavaScript app to local conventions, such as date formats, systems of measurement, time zones, and more
  • How to leverage Globalize.js and the Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) to support global applications
  • How to handle text input that falls outside traditional “A-Z” characters

The book is available in print on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It will be available on international Amazon sites shortly.

And we also offer a PDF version that carries an enterprise license. This is ideal for companies with large development teams.

Finally, we are also planning Kindle and iBook versions. But I don’t expect them to be available until later this month or early January.

To learn more about the book and download a PDF excerpt, click here.

(Visited 95 times, 1 visits today)