PFLogInViewController in simplified Chinese
The iOS App Store is available in 150 countries. For an app developer, this means that if you put in the hard work to localize your app to different markets, you could be rewarded with increased sales from overseas.
At Parse, a lot of our developers are from Europe, China, Japan, and Israel. Frequently they ask us for internationalization support of the Parse framework, especially the UI components including PFLogInViewController, PFSignUpViewController and PFQueryTableViewController.
Today, we are annoucing the internationalization of Parse. This enables developers to localize all resource strings in the Parse framework.
Say, for example, you would like to localize the loading message in the HUD of
PFSignUpViewController that says “Loading…” to simplified Chinese. Assume you have followed the Apple localization guide and set up
Localizable.strings in the
zh-Hans.lproj directory. In
Localizable.strings, you can then enter:
"Loading..." = "进行中";
That is all you need to do to localize the string to “进行中”. The key on the left is the original string you want to localize, and the value on the right is the localized value.
More documentation is available here.