Symfony ships with a powerful translation component, allowing you to deliver a multilingual website with a minimum of fuss.
In this video series, you will learn how to add "internationalization" (often abbreviated i18n) to a new or existing Symfony project.
|1||An introduction to Symfony's Translation component||11:20|
|2||Putting the locale in your URL||10:35|
|3||Message Domains - crazy name, simple concept||08:13|
|4||How to handle Variables in translations||04:53|
|5||Pluralization - Johnny has 1 apple(s)||05:38|
|6||New in Symfony 2.5 - Generating new languages from the command line||03:07|
|7||New in Symfony 2.5 - Debugging Translations using the Command Line||05:15|
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