Yet More Translations – Spanish and Chinese!

Ray Wenderlich
Learn iOS development in Spanish!

Learn iOS development in Spanish!

This is just a quick note to let you know that some more of our tutorials have been translated!

1) Simple iPhone App series => Spanish

First, our How To Create a Simple iPhone App series has been translated to Spanish by Juan Gonzalez. Juan is a computer science engineer from Venezuela living and working on IT Security in Madrid, Spain.

You can find the Spanish versions of this tutorial here:

2) Beginning Storyboards series => Chinese

Second, our Beginning Storyboards in iOS 5 series has been translated to Chinese by Xiangping Meng. Xiangping is a passionate iOS developer and a team leader of a Chinese mobile web company. He like everything about mobile web and want to communicate and work with talented people. You can find him on Twitter, Sina Weibo, or his blog.

You can find the Chinese versions of this tutorial here:

3) That’s it for now – thanks guys!

Huge thanks to Juan and Xiangping for translating these tutorials, I really appreciate it and know that many Spanish and Chinese readers out there will as well.

If anyone else is interested in translating any tutorials on this site to other languages, contact me and I’ll get you set up! :]

Ray Wenderlich

Ray is part of a great team - the team, a group of over 100 developers and editors from across the world. He and the rest of the team are passionate both about making apps and teaching others the techniques to make them.

When Ray’s not programming, he’s probably playing video games, role playing games, or board games.

User Comments


  • Hi, i think making the decision to translate posts is a good thing but not with this UI, the website is going to have a spaghetti of languages. I think the better way is to add buttons in the posts or on the website to let the user choose the language that he wants
  • Your wish is my command! :]

    There's now a drop-down in the upper-right corner of the site you can use to change languages (try Spanish for example). This has three effects:

    1) The main page will show a list of any posts translated to that language. Of course, if there are no translated posts yet this will be empty :]
    2) If you're looking at a tutorial and hit the drop down, it will show any languages the tutorial has been translated to.
    3) It will translate all of the text on the site header/sidebar appropriately (if translations are available).

    This should keep things organized a lot better, and now readers can easily see all tutorials for a language, see if a tutorial has a translation, etc - all at a click of a button.

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