The TutsPlus.com site has kicked off a new set of posts today with he first part of their series covering internationalization in WordPress applications.
A few years ago, I wrote about the process of internationalizing WordPress-based projects. Though I think there are some times when tutorials don't necessarily need updating, refreshing, or revisiting, there are other times in which we can all benefit from revisiting the topic.
After all, software changes from year to year, and we also gain experience as we continue to work with a given piece of software. WordPress is no different.
They'll be covering what internationalization is, how it works within WordPress, the difference between internationalization and localization and more. In this first part of the series, though, they briefly cover some of the functions and functionality you might see as a part of WordPress already to make internationalization possible.