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Episode #130

November 30, 2010

Today we walk the path of Ruby enlightenment with testbot, Blogcast, autocomplete, Resque-cleaner, easier MetricFu with Metrical, easier i18n with Enrichments, and Rub...

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Enrichments

When it comes to internationalization, you may be having nightmares about YAML files. This is where the Enrichments library by Paul Engel comes in. The Enrichments library allows you to edit the translations right there in the page itself. It uses jQuery to highlight what can be translated on the page and when you click it, it allows you to edit the text right there.

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