Petar Strinic

and all those sorts of things…

After some consideration, I realized that manually translating a reference system is silly and since having a prefect translation doesn’t really prove anything, I figured it’s time to do some machine translation. One language that we can always perfectly machine translate to, or maybe, one language for which no one will care if translation is correct is… Pig Latin!

Enter xliffPigLatin nodeJS script which will translate the text in your XLIFF files to Pig Latin (en-pl).

Demo*: http://laboratorija.com:3000

* if the service is running and if you actually paste in a valid XLIFF file.

Example Input:

 

Example Output (after a little bit of formatting):

 

Updated 10/25/2014: Added output beautification step.

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October 17th, 2014

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I’m my VERY superficial search, I didn’t find an obvious example of zebra striping with/for/in DustJS, so I wrote this little helper that will return “altRow” or nothing, for alternating rows.

Usage:

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May 11th, 2014

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In the continuation of my exploration into browser rendered graphics, I’ve ported my recent Canvas clock to SVG. This time around I created a very rudimentary Svg class that abstracts some of the repetitive SVG element generation. Otherwise, the port differs only in the fact that the entire clock does not need to be re-rendered on every frame. The “moving parts” are only adjusted in their value or coordinates on every frame.

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February 7th, 2013

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