On the SitePoint PHP blog they've posted the second part of the series looking at using the FigDice for the templates in your application. In this new post they expand on the basics presented in part one and look at internationalization.
In part one of this two-part series I started looking at FigDice, a PHP templating system that takes a slightly different approach to most. [...] In this second and final part we're going to add a simple blog to our example site, which allows us to look in more detail at Figdice's concept of data feeds. We'll also look at internationalization, translating some of the site's content into a couple of additional languages.
In this part of the series (part two of two) they create a simple blog application based on their "Feed" class from before, faking some basic content. He then creates the factory class the FigDice templating will fetch the data from and makes a view to use it. He also talks about the optional functionality to add additional data to the feed output as attributes on the element. Finally he shows how to work all of this back into the HTTP framework under a "blog/post" URL.