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Translation Component


The Translation component provides tools to internationalize your application. The term “internationalization” (often abbreviated i18n) refers to the process of abstracting strings and other locale-specific pieces out of your application into a layer where they can be translated and converted based on the user’s locale (i.e. language and country). For text, this means wrapping each with a function capable of translating the text (or “message”) into the language of the user. Enable and configure Symfony’s translation service. Abstract strings (i.e. “messages”) by wrapping them in calls to the Translator (”Basic Translation”). Create translation resources/files for each supported locale that translate each message in the application. Determine, set and manage the user’s locale for the request and optionally on the user’s entire session. The locale used in translations is the one stored on the request. This is typically set via a _locale attribute on your routes.


  • With the Symfony Translation component, creating an internationalized application no longer needs to be a painful process
  • Abstract messages in your application by wrapping each in the trans() method
  • Translate each message into multiple locales by creating translation message files
  • Symfony discovers and processes each file because its name follows a specific convention
  • Manage the user’s locale, which is stored on the request
  • The user’s locale can also be set on the user’s session

Programming Language



Computer Aided Translation (CAT)

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