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Plugin integrating Assetic with Micrus Framework

v3.0 2017-03-03 22:16 UTC

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Last update: 2020-01-29 03:34:31 UTC


This is a module for Micrus framework that allows you to integrate it with Assetic Asset Management.

Instead of including a lot of different CSS stylesheets and JS script in your page, just let Assetic compile them all into one, thus really speeding up your page.

To install this module, open the file app/Config/modules.yml and add:

 - Avris\Micrus\Assetic\AsseticModule

Then run:

composer require avris/micrus-assetic

Also, make sure that web/assetic directory is writable by the server.

Micrus Assetic looks for assets in app/Asset directory, applies filters to them (like Coffeescript, Sass or Uglify), and puts the result in /web/assetic with a unique filename to boost caching.

All you have to do is configure a list of filters and assets in app/Config/config.yml, and then include your generated assets in your template.

Sample config looks like this:

    sass: [Sass\SassFilter /usr/local/bin/sass]     # new Sass\SassFilter('/usr/local/bin/sass')
    coffee: CoffeeScriptFilter                      # new CoffeeScriptFilter()
    uglifyCss: UglifyCssFilter
    uglifyJs: UglifyJsFilter
        - lib/bootstrap.min.css
        - lib/font-awesome.min.css
        - lib/select2/select2.css
        - lib/select2/select2-bootstrap.css
        - lib/double-slider.css
        - [ sass/*, sass ]                          # take all the files in "sass" dir and apply "sass" filter to them
      filters: ?uglifyCss                           # filters with "?" are only applied in prod env
        - lib/jquery-2.1.3.min.js
        - lib/bootstrap.min.js
        - lib/select2/select2.min.js
        - lib/bootstrap.btn-number.js
        - lib/double-slider.js
        - [ coffee/* , coffee ]
      filters: ?uglifyJs
    - [ lib/select2/select2x2.png, select2x2.png ]  # copy or link app/Asset/lib/select2/select2x2.png to web/assetic/select2x2.png
    - font/fontawesome-webfont.eot                  # copy or link app/Asset/font/fontawesome-webfont.eot to web/assetic/font/fontawesome-webfont.eot
    - font/fontawesome-webfont.svg
    - font/fontawesome-webfont.ttf
    - font/fontawesome-webfont.woff
    - font/fontawesome-webfont.woff2

It uses the same data format as Assetic's Asset Factory, just in the .yml file, so look into Assetic documentation for reference.

Using the assets in Twig templates is as easy as that:

<link href="{{ asset(assets.css) }}" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" />

<script src="{{ asset(assets.js) }}"></script>