Blog posts with open source tag
LIT Rails Internationalization (i18n) - the new way of translating Rails apps
Introducing Lit 1.0: a reworked i18n Ruby gem that will make your web app's translation a lot easier. Watch the video for details!
10 European tech events to attend in late 2018
Summer is gone and 2018 is coming to an end. It doesn't mean that the tech world is slowing down, though. Quite on the contrary. Fall can be a perfect timing to get hold of new ideas, knowledge and skills that your business might soon require. Tech conferences are happening all over the world. Check these 10 European tech events in late 2018 you definitely should not miss. Here they are, in chronological order!
They do IT again! Don’t miss Rails Girls Poznań 2018
Once again, Prograils are the main sponsor of the Rails Girls Poznań workshops. Between September 21 and 22, you’ll have a unique opportunity to learn how to design your first app in Ruby on Rails for free. All you need is your own laptop, hunger for knowledge and… being a woman! The registration process is over.
Why do we do Open Source?
As we make our living from using open source projects we feel that we owe something to the community, that we need to pay back our own contribution. To create the greater good that everyone may benefit from. Yeah, we’ve all heard that before, right? ;-) But besides paying a debt of gratitude, are there other reasons for opensourcing our own code? What exactly makes us do the open source?
Lost in (Rails) translation
Lit stands for “Lost in translation” and it describes mountable Rails engine that helps you and your client with translating Rails applications. As most of our work is made for foreign clients, we know the pain of translating few thousand phrases. You can use YAML files and forward them to the client. Good luck with that - it only confuses people. That's why we've started looking for an easier way - web interface for managing I18n translations.