Symfony2 – Translation in the right way

Many times when project is almost done, customer brings you a “a great new idea”  and say:

My website will be international so I want to be translated on many languages!

And they give you few days to done that task, so you must turn on your super powers and do all magic that you know.  Fortunately there is one great thing, that you can do with Symfony 2 framework.  So let’ the magic begin!

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Lorem Ipsum with Emmet for your Code Editor

If you’re using Emmet (Zen Coding) in your code editor, like Sublime Text, did you know that there is a great support for placeholder Lorem Ipsum text?

Type lorem and press TAB and you will see one paragraph of Lorem ipsum text. Thats great. But whats so awesome is that you can type out the number of the words with it so that you can get bigger or smaller placeholder text.

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Getting Yeoman to Work On Ubuntu

One of more popular front end development inventions is the Yeoman scaffolding tool. It has created a buzz on the Internet – for all the good reasons. Yeoman is adept to minifying your style sheets and scripts, as well as scaffolding out an Angular project fast. Think of Yeoman as a jolly little man living inside your command tool, awaiting your requests. For the record, Yeoman is a catch-all phrase for Grunt (automa­tion), Bower (pack­age man­ager), and Yo (scaffolder).

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EditorConfig – Code Formatting Inconsistency Issue

I suppose that most of you in your daily developer lives experienced a problem of code formatting inconsistency between projects, individual developers and even teams.

Whether you were working on the outsourcing, side or general projects with developers from another company or your teammates, if the development standards were not set from the beginning, the problem starts to arise very quickly. This is a must for you and everyone around you if you want to keep your projects more humanly readable and maintainable.

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