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ekoozu

Loading i18next on client-side

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Hey,

 

I'm trying to load i18next on client-side but it doesn't work, here is what i am doing:

 

I downloaded the i18next script: https://unpkg.com/i18next/dist/umd/i18next.js

Put in client_packages

And trying to load like that:

const i18next = require('./plugins/i18next');
 
// languages
import en from 'lang/en';
 
i18next.init({
lng: 'en',
resources: {
en,
}
});

But it says i18next.init is not a function, i tried doing that with a simple node script and it worked, i know that clientside doesn't run on node, but shouldn't this work?

 

Appreciate any help, thanks.

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Posted (edited)

Hey, thanks for the reply.

 

Appending .js doesn't seem to change anything, the file seems to be importing, because if i change the path it says `Error: could not locate file`.

But for some reason on rage it doesn't seem to import the data from the file, i made this script to test (node index.js) and it works.

const i18next = require('./i18next');
 
i18next.init({
lng: 'en',
debug: false,
resources: {
en: {
translation: {
"key": "hello world"
}
}
}
}, function(err, t) {
console.log(i18next.t('key'));
});

This is the error RAGE returns:

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Maybe the way i18next is exported doesn't work on rage? Is there a way to make it work?

 

Thanks.

Edited by ekoozu

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Posted (edited)

I know, this package doesn't need node specifically.

 

EDIT: Figured out how to do it, if anyone needs:

Just use require('./i18next'); once in the client-side and it will give you the i18next variable globally.

Edited by ekoozu

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Seems that you are requiring it wrong. Please check documentation

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17 минут назад, Jengas сказал:

Yep, that's good

Thx! :3

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