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Localization (l10n)

Software localization (also spelled "localisation", often abbreviated to l10n — this is a numeronym, where the “10” stands for the 10 letters between the first letter “l” and the last letter “n”) means translation of a software interface and messages to another language plus adaptation of some formats (e.g. measures, dates and currency) plus adaptation to local cultures.

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Laravel 10 with user authentication, registration with email confirmation, social media authentication, password recovery, and captcha protection. Uses offical [Bootstrap 4](http://getbootstrap.com). This also makes full use of Controllers for the routes, templates for the views, and makes use of middleware for routing. 5 Minutes Stand-up time.

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