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    Lihsing Chen
    @jackwhit3
    @mgechev I plan to release it in production(hopefully).
    Minko Gechev
    @mgechev
    Well, both yeoman and personal setup have its pluses and minuses...there's a lot of stuff going on under the hood in the yeoman's generator but you may have some overhead of developing your own build configuration if you don't use it.
    I guess it is a matter of personal preferences.
    Lihsing Chen
    @jackwhit3
    Yeah I'm doing it manually now, takes some time but I'm getting to know how it works under the surface. I think I'll switch to generators once I understand all the configurations. Thanks for the reply.
    Mert Safter
    @MertSKaan
    @jackwhit3 I think thats the best choice for a first start. So you can learn what is important for your current and future projects and what isn't.
    Lihsing Chen
    @jackwhit3
    @MertSKaan Exactly, thanks!
    El Jaoujat Youssef
    @eljoujat
    Hi ,
    I'm a member of ngMorocco , The Moroccan AngularJS Developer Community
    I noticed that there is no arbic translation
    could we help on that ?
    Minko Gechev
    @mgechev
    Hey @eljoujat! It'll be great if you help! :-)
    El Jaoujat Youssef
    @eljoujat
    I already forked , the repository, but for my surprise i found that the markdown doesn't support rtl languages !
    any idea ?
    Minko Gechev
    @mgechev
    I don't think markdown in general has such limitation. Would you share with me your draft as GitHub gist and I'll take a look.
    El Jaoujat Youssef
    @eljoujat
    Minko Gechev
    @mgechev
    Awesome! What is the issue that you are experiencing?
    El Jaoujat Youssef
    @eljoujat
    @mgechev, the text is not well formatted , it should be from right to left , and it's not the case :(
    Minko Gechev
    @mgechev
    @eljoujat I can't find anything about right to left alignment support :-/
    Stevie-P
    @stevie-p
    Any guidance / convention on file naming - particularly for Directives like myLongNamedDirective? Do you drop the 'my' prefix (if you use one)? Camel case longNamedDirective.js or hyphen case long-named-directive.html? And for their folders?
    Andrea Sonny
    @andreasonny83
    hey guys
    thanks for your comment in my PR @mgechev
    Andrea Sonny
    @andreasonny83
    I have a question for you regarding end-to-end testing best-practice
    as I included this in the readme: run e2e tests each time before you deploy your application
    what should be a real case scenarion for automate the deployment process?
    At work I sat up a Jenkins machine to run unit tests and e2e test every time something get merged into develop. Once all the tests pass, a new release is triggered. However, it happens that some e2e are failing due to a missing backend feature which is still in development and we want to realease our client any way.
    Andrea Sonny
    @andreasonny83
    what you suggest I can do instead of manually hack the jenkins job configuration and comment out the e2e section?
    Mark Rogers
    @m4bwav
    Hey, quick style question, if it bothers you then feel free to ignore me. For two word directory names is it a best practice to use camel case or snake case? Like say you have a sub directory off of a controllers directory would it be /controllers/content-data/HammerCtrl.js or /controllers/contentData/HammerCtrl.js?