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But they also have different expectations for the structure of dates, such as what order the day, month and year are in.In number formatting, not only does the character used to delineate number groupings and the decimal portion differ, but the placement of those characters differ as well.(c) Developers are able to share the same i18n dataset between Globalize and other libraries that leverage CLDR. Globalize is systematically tested against desktop and mobile browsers and So, using it you'll get consistent results across different browsers and across browsers and the server.To illustrate, see our Basic Globalize Compiler example.
For information about the Globalize Compiler CLI or its Java Script API, see the Globalize Compiler documentation.Globalize is designed to work both in the browser, or in Globalize uses the Unicode CLDR, the largest and most extensive standard repository of locale data. is an optional module, read CLDR content section below for more information on how to get CLDR from different sources.Read the Locales section for more information about supported locales.Additionally, you need to satisfy the cross-dependencies between modules. If you don't find it, it's because you are using a development branch.You should either use a tagged version or build the distribution files yourself. When formatting or parsing, there's actually a two-step process: (a) the formatter (or parser) , where creation takes an order of magnitude more time (more expensive) than execution.The fastest and easiest way to use Globalize is by integrating it into your existing tools.