Localisation is not preconfigured, but can be added easily.

To enable localisation, we recommend vue-i18n. This plugin supports localised copy text, date formatting, number formatting and crude pluralisation. It also offers a nice set of various ways to organise the localisation depending on your needs.

More plugin options are listed on Awesome Vue.js.

Adding vue-i18n support

Localisation is fairly easy to add.

  1. Add localisation files under src/locales/
  2. Add an alias '@locales': 'src/locales' in src/config/tooling/config.aliases.js
  3. install vue-i18n --save
  4. Load and configure vue-i18n as a plugin

You can now use localisation in your .vue components as described in the documentation.

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