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The useTranslate hook provides support for internationalization, powered by react-intl.
To localize the text in your React components, use the translate function returned by the useTranslate hook. translate will load the specified string from your language resource file.
We recommend using translate even if your site currently only supports one language. It's easier to edit your website text if it's all in a single configuration file, and it makes it trivial to add multi-language support in the future.
The useTranslate hook returns a translate function:
A key in your language resource file.
(Optional) Values for string interpolation.
The component above assumes there is a file at /src/intl/<language>.json that looks like this: