To support internationalization, Android has "resource" files called
resource in XML, containing the texts to be displayed in the application. By default, the
/res/values/strings.xml file has the texts of an Android application.
string within the XML is compiled and associated with
id as shown in the String Resources . These
ids are placed in a resource files,
R , as
public static final variables. It is possible to assign any
chave to each string , however this key is created warmly without definitive standardization, for example:
The Android API already brings natively and even encourages the use of
resources external to display the application texts, making internationalization work easier. By default the
string.xml file is in the
values folder and you can insert another language by creating another directory for example:
values-es , which would be the Spanish language.
Is there a standardization of the nomenclature attributed to
String Resources that is defined for improved understanding and clarity in coding?