- Handles arbitrary nesting of pluralization and select rules
- Supports all ~500 languages included in the Unicode CLDR
- Works on the server and the client
- Remarkably useful even for single-language use
- Compatible with other MessageFormat implementations
- Extendable with custom formatting functions
- Very whitespace tolerant
- Supports Unicode, including RTL and mixed LTR/RTL strings
The project currently provides the following npm packages, all hosted under the messageformat GitHub org:
- @messageformat/cli - A command-line client for the library
- @messageformat/convert - Converts other localization formats into MessageFormat
- @messageformat/date-skeleton - Tools for working with ICU DateFormat skeletons
- @messageformat/loader - Webpack loader for message files
- @messageformat/number-skeleton - Tools for working with ICU NumberFormat skeletons
- @messageformat/parser - Parses MessageFormat source strings into an AST
- @messageformat/react - React hooks and other bindings for messages
- @messageformat/runtime - Runtime dependencies of compiled message modules
- gettext-to-messageformat - Converts gettext input files to ICU MessageFormat
- messageformat-po-loader - Webpack loader for messages in gettext files
- messageformat-properties-loader - Webpack loader for messages in Java .properties files
- rollup-plugin-messageformat - Rollup plugin for message files
Previous versions of the packages under the
@messageformat npm org were published with names that used
messageformat- as a prefix.
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- Vincit - Eemeli’s current employer - for letting him do cool stuff like this.
- Bazaarvoice - Alex’s previous employer - for letting him do cool stuff like this.
- Norbert Lindenberg for showing Alex how good it can be.