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Session held at DrupalCamp Ghent 2016, September 9th 2016
Are you interested in writing contributed modules, themes or distributions for Drupal 8? Then this is the session for you. In this session, we'll look at the most important APIs you would use to integrate with and best practices to use to ensure that your project is fully multilingual-ready.
This session will be valuable to all contributors even those whose projects are not inherently multilingual. Even if your project is not immediately intended to be multilingual, having a multilingual-capable module, theme or distribution makes your solution appealing to a much broader audience and is likely to provide value to global users.
Drupal 8 is a great platform to work with not only because it is so multilingual capable out-of-the-box, but also because you can easily expand while maintaining the translatability of your data. Drupal 8’s multilingual core offers a robust multilingual foundation, making the integration process much more seamless.
The majority of Drupal 8's APIs are designed to support multilingual by default and make sane assumptions about common scenarios. As a result, there are several important things to keep in mind to build the best integration possible.
In this session, we will walk through:
Working with language APIs, and the language your data is in.
Making your output strings translatable: t() and its friends, but also in twig templates
Why you should and how to code translatable content entities.
Customizing your field properties translatability so site builders can choose.
Configuration translation: translating your configuration entities
Drupal developers working with contrib or custom modules that are designed for multilingual or non-English sites would benefit from this session (that means nearly every Drupal developer out there).
Drupal themers intending to make their theme templates translation ready.
Attendees will walk away with knowledge to add Drupal 8 multilingual support to your modules, themes and distributions.
This session is suitable for beginners or intermediate Drupal users. It is best if you come to the session with some exposure to OOP, Drupal 8 code and twig templates, but even if you don’t have that foundation I’m sure you can catch up.