Most people who are developing in Alpha Anywhere build for users who use left to right languages, but did you know that Alpha Anywhere is also actively being used as a low code/high productivity development platform for mobile and web apps for right to left languages.
An interesting example comes to us from Yigal Ayalon firstname.lastname@example.org who started developing when he was managing a development group at Motorola Solutions in Israel. Yigal now is running an independent development company for Israeli and international companies.
The example is shown below and takes advantage of the new security login framework in Alpha Anywhere that takes advantage of social media sites. application-security-framework-social-login-twitter-facebook-linkedin-google/
For more information on Right to Left languages check out this link http://www.i18nguy.com/temp/rtl.html
(Note many languages are also written in other scripts, which may be left-to-right.)
|Arabic||Arabic, Azeri/Azerbaijani1, Bakhtiari, Balochi, Farsi/Persian, Gilaki, Javanese3, Kashmiri, Kazakh3, Kurdish (Sorani), Malay3, Malayalam3, Pashto, Punjabi, Qashqai, Sindhi, Somali2, Sulu, Takestani, Turkmen, Uighur, Western Cham|
|Hebrew||Hebrew, Ladino/Judezmo2, Yiddish|
|Syriac||Assyrian, Modern Aramaic Koine, Syriac|
1 Azeri/Azerbaijani is written in Latin, Cyrillic or Arabic scripts.
2 Ladino,/Judezmo and Somali are typically written in the Latin script today.
3 These languages were historically written in the listed script, but use another script in modern practice.