Detecting the site language for your widget. We'll take a quick look at how to build your widget with international language support.
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So you’ve built a cool widget for everyone to use, but will everyone understand what it displays? What language to display could be detected from the browser’s current language, or maybe by inferring language from geo-location. However, wouldn’t it be great if you already had this information right in your widget?
Let’s write some code:
Building something useful using an Integration Widget. Dive into Igloo Widget Development by building something useful.
Hello Again, World
We, as developers, likely all started with a “Hello World” app way back when we were young and hungry for code. If you haven’t already checked out the developer portal on the customer care site, please do so. This widget builds upon the lessons learned in the “Hello World” example.
Ready? Great. Let’s take a deeper dive into building a functional integration.
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Winter came a bit early here last week- and as the day was winding down I…
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The Developers Zone of Igloo Customer Care is where individuals and organizations can go to find the tools and information they need to build on the Igloo Platform. We've organized the Developer Zone in three sections to provide quick access to the information you need.
In the Getting Started section, discover Igloo from the developer's perspective, and everything you need to know to build on the platform. Decision-makers and first time Igloo…