Wijmo's Vue datagrid, FlexGrid, enables users from different locales to use it by formatting the date, currency, and numbers to suit locale preferences.
Wijmo's Vue datagrid, FlexGrid, has a Globalization class that allows you to format the display of FlexGrid's content. You'll not only be able to select the language that FlexGrid uses to display its data, but also format how it displays dates and numbers.
FlexGrid defaults to the American English culture when displaying characters and data, including the decimal symbol as a period and the thousand separators as a comma. For those who require a different language setting, FlexGrid has over 40 different cultures to choose from and tools to create custom cultures.
Wijmo's FlexGrid not only supports the standard .NET format specifiers for dates, but additional specifiers, including 'Q/q' for the quarter, 'U/u' for the fiscal quarter, and 'EEEE/eeee' for the fiscal year. You'll be able to format the dates in the Vue datagrid to fit your needs.
You can change FlexGrid's number formatting from American English to match the country culture you need. Not only can you format number values across the Vue datagrid, you can also define your desired currency symbol and override the current culture's currency value.