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How to build a multi-language dashboard with Streamlit

Fischerbach
Originally published at blog.devgenius.io ・1 min read

I’ve created a Streamlit app for my recent article about keyword monitoring. It is used to search keywords in Google and is quite useful. As search results and SEO topics, in general, are location-dependent, I thought it would be useful to translate the app interface into several languages.

In theory, making another language version does not seem difficult. After all, it is enough to translate individual labels and descriptions into another language and by using a dictionary to map these.

In practice, this simple approach is time-consuming and error-prone. It is definitely better not to reinvent the wheel and to use established solutions. One of them is Gettext — a universal set of tools for producing multi-lingual messages.

From this article, you’ll learn how to translate Streamlit application by using Gettext and Localazy.

Read More:
https://blog.devgenius.io/how-to-build-a-multi-language-dashboard-with-streamlit-9bc087dd4243

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