Without the ability to Google my Drupal 8 questions, I had to figure out things by intuition, and by analogy with other components.I figured out the theme structure by inspecting the source of Bartik, and I figured out how to create new modules largely from looking at the core Comment module.Following the ) is just a Ruby Array of paths to your translation files that will be loaded automatically and available in your application.
# config.i18n.load_path file for some reason, you can always wire up things manually, too.
To tell the I18n library where it can find your custom translation files you can specify the load path anywhere in your application – just make sure it gets run before any translations are actually looked up. The simplest thing possible is to put the following into an initializer: or an initializer as shown above, and it will persist through the requests.
It can be configured to make it look like the plugin doesn't exist it the world by using the Player Message Send option located in the configuration.
(Server\Plugins\Worldwide Plugins\Configuration.yml) This bukkit plugin is experimental and has been being worked on for months.
A couple of buggy dev builds were released but were too buggy to use.
I recently built my first site with Drupal 8, off of the public beta.
Slowly, through trial and lots and lots and lots of error, I found answers to all of my questions.
) gem which is shipped with Ruby on Rails (starting from Rails 2.2) provides an easy-to-use and extensible framework for translating your application to a single custom language other than English or for providing multi-language support in your application.
One thing I found very quickly was that online learning resources for Drupal 8—as compared to Drupal 7—were essentially non-existent.
Most of the tools that I normally reach for—issue queues, stack exchange, tech blog tutorials, and youtube tutorials—simply haven't built up a good stock of Drupal 8 answers yet.
To make matters worse, what little knowledge I could find was often hopelessly out of date by the time I encountered it. D8 is moving quickly, and needs to keep moving quickly in order to get a release out in a timely manner.