I just started my first serious Vapor project using the latest Vapor (4.29.3). After setting up my basic model & controller layer, I want to start testing it, including localized validation error messages to be shown to the user. But I can't find any documentation on localization, not even a mention of the topic for further reading in the official docs.
Searching for "vapor localization" on Google only brings up a third party dependency (Lingo-Vapor), searching through GitHub Issues also only brings up very old discussions from over 3 years ago which in the end point to the same third party dependency (e.g. #1105), searching through the Vapor category here in this forum doesn't even result in a single thread which has localization as it's topic.
I am really confused now, am I missing something? Why is no one else missing native localization support in Vapor? Is there something official everyone is waiting for from the Swift Server Group? I can't find localization mentioned in their last annual update. Or is everyone using the Vapor-Lingo library? If yes, why does it only have 35 stars & so few collaborators leading to new Vapor versions supported way too late (e.g. 4 months after final Vapor 4 release)? Isn't localization such an important feature of a web framework that it should be included into it natively with a flexible & simple-to-use API?