It's never been as easy as it is now to launch into global markets via mobile apps. You must be wondering why I wrote this blog because we can easily support varying locales to understand and be usable by all users, right? Let's read why. Earlier, providing L10n (localization) was just possible natively by integrating .strings, .stringsdict and .plist files in Xcode. This approach had various drawbacks such as: App's language would be set to the device's language by default instead of choosing the preferred language. There was no out-of-the-box support for .json. However, JSON support could be accomplished natively
Handling localization is a tedious process in Android, but what if I tell you it can be done in a much simpler and effective way using Restring.