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Symfony Blog:
Internationalize your Propel Forms
June 13, 2008 @ 08:46:56

In this new post to the Symfony blog, Nicolas Perriault shows how to quickly and easily internationalize your Propel forms in your Symfony application.

It has never been so easy to internationalize your Propel forms. In this post, you will learn how to leverage the new form framework bundled with symfony 1.1 to develop an interface to edit articles in several languages.

He uses a basic form layout and shows how to build out the files (via a build-all) and what it ends up looking like. He configures the two languages - English and French - that he wants to use in the form and pushes it through the CRUD generator to make a full web interface for it.

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