Localization and internationalization is more than just translations. It’s about connecting with your users, providing them value, and showing them you want to reach them. If you want to reach out, you’re first going to need the application support to make it possible. Angular gives you several options to make your localization easier to implement and maintain. This session shows the options you have for internalization, such as Angular’s internationalization (i18n) tools and ngx-translate. It compares how they work, look at pros and cons, and provide examples of how to add internationalization to help you decide what is the best option for your app.