Sisulizer supports two different methods to localize Silverlight applications. The methods are:
Each method has it advantages and disadvantages. You must choose the method that best suits your needs.
In addition of localization methods this topic contains information about the following issues:
When using the assembly localization user selects an assembly file (.exe or .dll) to be localized. Sisulizer scans all the resource data from the application including XAML, form, string, icons, image and version data. On the build process Sisulizer creates the localized satellite assembly files containing localized resources.
Silverlight's application files (.xap) are used to deploy Silverlight application. XAP file contains assembly file(s) and application manifest files. Add XAP file that you want to localize to a Sisulizer project. Sisulizer scan the assembly files and manifest files. On the build process Sisulizer creates the localized XAP file that contains original assemblies and satellite assemblies either in one language or all languages. Sisulizer also modifies the manifest file to contain satellite assembly files.
Sisulizer's Silverlight directory contains Silverlight samples.