The problem of displaying user-generated content in plaintext results (SQL example)

Plain-text SQL results give us an example of the pitfall of displaying multilingual user-generated content. We can learn from this about how to protect and support Bidirectionality when creating user interfaces and applications in general. Continue reading “The problem of displaying user-generated content in plaintext results (SQL example)”

Linux Conference Australia, 2016: Wait, ?tahW: The Twisted Road to Right-to-Left Language Support

This lecture was given in linux.conf.au Conference 2016 in Australia, introducing the challenges of supporting Right-to-Left online and when developing applications. Continue reading “Linux Conference Australia, 2016: Wait, ?tahW: The Twisted Road to Right-to-Left Language Support”