Available Languages

Language Codes are used to show the correct language when added as a GET variable. For example, for English:

 https://documentation.datacoll.net/zlfuavropd?l=en 
Language in EnglishLocal term in RuntimeLanguage Code
AlbanianShqipsq
Amharicአማርኛam
Arabicالعربيةar
Bengaliবাংলাbn
BosnianBosanskibs
BulgarianБългарскиbg
Burmeseဗမာmy
Chinese (simplified)中文(简体)zh-hans
Chinese (traditional)中文(繁體)zh-hant
Chinese (Hong Kong)中文(香港特別行政區)zh-hk
CroatianHrvatskihr
CzechČeštinacs
DanishDanskda
DutchNederlandsnl
EnglishEnglishen
English (United States)English (United States)en-us
EstonianEestiet
FilipinoFilipinofil
FinnishSuomifi
FrenchFrançaisfr
French (Switzerland)Français (Suisse)fr-ch
GermanDeutschde
German (Switzerland)Deutsch (Schweiz)de-ch
GreekΕλληνικάel
Hebrewעבריתhe
Hindiहिन्दीhi
HungarianMagyarhu
IcelandicÍslenskuis
IndonesianIndonesiaid
IrishGaeilgega
ItalianItalianoit
Italian (Switzerland)Italiano (Svizzera)it-ch
Japanese日本語ja
Khmerខ្មែរkm
Korean한국어ko
Laoລາວlo
LatvianLatviešulv
LithuanianLietuviųlt
MacedonianМакедонскиmk
MalayMelayums
Nepaliनेपालीne
NorwegianNorsk bokmålnb
Persianفارسیfa
PolishPolskipl
PortuguesePortuguêspt
Portuguese (Brazil)Português (Brasil)pt-br
RomanianRomânăro
RussianРусскийru
SerbianSrpskisr
Sinhalaසිංහලsi
SlovakSlovenčinask
SlovenianSlovenščinasl
SpanishEspañoles
Spanish (Mexico)Español (México)es-mx
SwedishSvenskasv
Tamilதமிழ்ta
Thaiไทยth
TurkishTürkçetr
UkrainianУкраїнськаuk
Urduاُردوur
VietnameseTiếng Việtvi
Proper internationalisation of your surveys is quite a challenge. Survalyzer aims to comply with international language standards whenever possible. The following norms and documentation influences our approach for internationalisation:
ISO 639-2 CodeFront-EndBackend

Updated on March 8, 2021

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