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Localization is one of those topics that never seems to get in-depth coverage: most developers largely ignore the topic, and others don’t even know how it works.
@IBInspectableto localize UIKit components in IB.
I’ve written similar code for localizing UIKit components, but his enum approach is brilliant in its simplicity. Of course, if Xcode actually had codegen for strings this wouldn’t be a problem, but until then I suggest you check out his article. Don't worry if you're completely new to localization – Marco gives you just enough at the beginning to help you get started, so there really is no excuse for not trying it.
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