"I18N" means way more than just translation. Other libraries claim to be an i18n solution when translation and string formatting is really all they offer. Yes, iLib has classes that do translation too, but there is also much, much more. From date formatting to name parsing to phone number handling to collation, iLib has classes that do it. And, it has the ability to support thousands of possible locales. Everything in iLib is written in pure JS with minimal platform dependencies, so it works the same way in many different environments and browsers, from Chrome to Opera to node to Qt/QML. Over 17K unit tests help to guarantee this. ILib is also the library of choice for enyo apps on webOS which ships on over 10 million LG SmartTVs in over 135 countries. Give it a try and see if it can work for your app too! Check the Files tab above to download pre-assembled copies for browsers, a set of CommonJS style modules, or use it in nodejs: "npm install ilib"
Welcome to the opensource DS Report-Parser. This is an opensource report parser for the browser game "Tribal Wars" or "Die Staemme" http://www.tribalwars.net/ | http://www.die-staemme.de
The Scheme Natural Language Toolkit (S-NLTK) is a Scheme R6RS library for language and text processing, and various tasks related to symbolic and statistical analysis of language data.
jFuzzyDate is a lightweight java library for formatting easily readable time distances, durations and dates.
Tool collection library from Adrian RUdin DEvelopment
Content Listing: -Db: DAL, Sqlite3 wrapper (adaptor) -Util: Popen wrapper, Singleton, generic object pool, logging, exception