I18next was created in late 2011. It's older than most of the libraries you will use nowadays, including your main frontend tech (react, vue, ...).
Based on how long i18next already is available open source, there is no real i18n case that could not be solved with i18next.
There is a plenty of features and possibilities you'll get with i18next compared to other regular 18n frameworks.
With using locize you directly support the future of i18next.
The i18next community provided us with great feedback. Out of that response and our own experiences we learnt providing instrumentation for doing proper internationalization just is not enough.
Helping developers to get their applications translated is great - but there is more to it.
Having created the foundation with i18next it was a long journey to localization as a service.
Then the locize integration will be a breeze and you will manage your translation files with ease.
Here you can find a step by step guide, which will unleash the full power of i18next in combination with locize.
See how your developer experience with this localization workflow could look like.
There's also the possibility to have an even more focused developer experience, with the help of the auto-machinetranslation workflow and the use of the save missing keys functionality, new keys not only gets added to locize automatically, while developing the app, but are also automatically translated into the target languages using machine translation (like Google Translate).
Check out this tutorial blog post: "How to properly internationalize a React application using i18next"
Here you can find an example with 2 different approaches.
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