SpreadJS provides built-in support for English culture (default), Chinese (need corresponding resource file), and Japanese (need corresponding resource file). You can use them to support your localization work.
In order to support localization, you need to add the appropriate js file link into the document's head section below the Spread link. For example:
Then you can choose one of the following methods to support localization.
You can set culture using the meta tag:
<meta name="spreadjs culture" content="ja-jp" />
Change with code
You can change culture using the GC.Spread.Common.CultureManager.culture method:
// init spread