The Localizing DevExpress ASP.NET Controls help topic provides some general information on how to localize DevExpress control for ASP.NET. This article contains a collection of Default/Neutral and translated into different languages resources.
Starting with version v2011 vol 2, we recommend using an universal localization approach for all our controls.
Learn more in Localize DevExpress ASP.NET Controls Using Satellite Resource Assemblies.
This article describes the native ASP.NET approach, and it is left in the KB for compatibility purposes.
Localized resources were kindly provided by our customers. Available translations are:
Chinese (Simplified) [zh-CHS] (prior v12.1)
Chinese [zh-Hans] (v12.1+)
Chinese [zh-Hant] (v12.1+)
Portuguese (Brazil) [pt-BR]
Portuguese (Portugal) [pt-PT]
Slovak [sk] (v12.1+)
Swedish [sv] (v11.2+)
Turkish [tr] (v14.2+)
Dutch - The Netherlands [nl]
Japanese [ja] (v11.1+)
To use them in your application, copy the required RESX files from the attached archive to your Web site's App_GlobalResources subdirectory.
We invite everyone who wishes to participate in making this collection bigger and complete. If your native language is other than English, and you have localized resources in that language, we'd appreciate it if you send these resources to our Support Team for publishing here.
Bootstrap controls for ASP.NET Core
Localization assemblies of Bootstrap controls for ASP.NET Core are available in DevExpress NuGet. Currently, they support 5 languages – English, German, Spanish, Japanese and Russian. Several other languages will be supported in the future. See Localize Controls topic to learn more about how to localize ASP.NET Core controls.
For versions prior to v2011 vol 2, the Neutral (English) resources for translation can be found in the %Program Files%\DevExpress 2009.1\Components\Sources\DevExpress.Web.ASPxGlobalResources\ directory on your disk. Copy them to a new directory, insert the culture abbreviation into the file name (e.g. DevExpress_Web_v9_1.resx -> DevExpress_Web_v9_1.it.resx, where it stands for Italian), and translate text values into your language.
Localizing ASP.NET Web Pages By Using Resources
How to: Set the Culture and UI Culture for ASP.NET Web Page Globalization
How to use a custom ASPxGridView localizer
The collection of localized DevExpress assemblies
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