Hello Salut is a service that allows users to greet online visitors in their native languages. Users may choose to detect the visitor's language or IP address themselves and then call Hello Salut, or they can employ the fully automated version of the service. Hello Salut is currently in Beta, with more languages yet to be added. The project is open source and available on GitHub.
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The Hello Salut PHP Sample Code presents developers how the API can be used to say hello in the language preferred by web visitors. Developers can obtain a visitor's IP address and default language, make a call to HelloSalut, and say hello.