In Fluent, the basic unit of translation is called a message. The simplest example of a message looks like this:
hello = Hello, World!
Messages are containers for information. You use messages to identify, store, and recall translation information to be used in the software's UI.
Each message has an identifier that allows the developer to bind it to the place
in the software where it will be used. The above message is called
In its simplest form, a message has just a single string value; here Hello, World!. Most of the messages you will work with in Fluent will look similar to this. Some will be more complex, have more than one value variant, or use expressions to select the right variant depending on the circumstances.