In this chapter, you'll learn:
How to create sites that can be readily translated and localized.
In this blog post, Scott Hanselman provides an overview of globalization, internationalization, and localization.
In this tutorial you'll build an ASP.NET MVC 3 web application that can display contents in different languages, auto-detects the language from the user's browser and allows the user to override the language of their browser.
This topic describes how to make sure that jQuery validation used in ASP.NET MVC 3 applications works with non-English locales.
This blog post by Alex Adamyan provides a comprehensive guide to MVC Localization.
See "Internationalization and localization" in the ASP.NET MVC Content Map.