Video Tutorial: Localization

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Cosmic Blog Video Tutorial: Localization
by Tony Spiro on July 6, 2016

In this video I walk you through adding localization to your Cosmic object types.  This allows you to add versions of your content in different languages and locales.

There is also a Localization Example App available on the  Cosmic Apps page.


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