beebmx/kirby-blade

Enable Blade for Kirby 3

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2.1.0 2020-05-05 16:56 UTC

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README

Kirby Blade use Laravel illuminate/view and jenssegers/blade packages.

This package enable Laravel Blade for your own Kirby applications.

Installation

Installation with composer

composer require beebmx/kirby-blade

What is Blade?

According to Laravel Blade documentation is:

Blade is the simple, yet powerful templating engine provided with Laravel. Unlike other popular PHP templating engines, Blade does not restrict you from using plain PHP code in your views. In fact, all Blade views are compiled into plain PHP code and cached until they are modified, meaning Blade adds essentially zero overhead to your application. Blade view files use the .blade.php file extension.

Usage

You can use the power of Blade like Layouts, Control Structures, Sub-Views, Directives, your Custom If Statements and Blade components.

All the documentation about Laravel Blade is in the official documentation.

Options

The default values of the package are:

Option Default Values Description
beebmx.kirby-blade.views site/cache/views (string) Location of the views cached
beebmx.kirby-blade.directives [] (array) Array with the custom directives
beebmx.kirby-blade.ifs [] (array) Array with the custom if statements

All the values can be updated in the config.php file.

Views

All the views generated are stored in site/cache/views directory or wherever you define your cache directory, but you can change this easily:

'beebmx.kirby-blade.views' => '/site/storage/views',

Directives

By default Kirby Blade comes with the follows directives:

@js('js/app.js')
@css('css/app.css')
@kirbytext($page->text())
@kt($page->text())
@kirbytextinline($page->text())
@kti($page->text())
@smartypants($page->text())
@esc($string)
@image($page->image())
@svg($file)
@page($id)
@pages($id)
@markdown($page->text())
@html($page->text())
@h($page->text())
@url($page->url())
@u($page->url())
@go($url)
@asset($page->image())
@translate($translation)
@t($translation)
@tc($translation, $count)
@dump($variable)
@csrf()
@snippet($name, $data)
@twitter($username, $text, $title, $class)
@video($url)
@vimeo($url)
@youtube($url)
@gist($url)

But you can create your own:

'beebmx.kirby-blade.directives' => [
    'greeting' => function ($text) {
        return "<?php echo 'Hello: ' . $text ?>";
    }
],

If Statements

Like directives, you can create your own if statements:

'beebmx.kirby-blade.ifs' => [
    'logged' => function () {
        return !!kirby()->user();
    },
],

After declaration you can use it like:

@logged
    Welcome back {{ $kirby->user()->name() }}
@else
    Please Log In
@endlogged

Components

Now you can use natively blade components in Kirby 3. To display a component its required to place your component in templates/components and then you can call it with the prefix x- in kebab case.

<!-- ../templates/components/alert.blade.php -->

<x-alert/>


<!-- ../templates/components/button.blade.php -->

<x-button></x-button>

If your component is nested deeper inside the components directory, you can use the . character to indicate the place:

<!-- ../templates/components/inputs/button.blade.php -->

<x-inputs.button/>

You can also send data to the components via "slots" and attributes:

<x-alert title="Danger">Message</x-alert>

<!-- /resources/views/components/alert.blade.php -->

<div class="alert">
    <div>{{$title}}</div>
    <div>{{ $slot }}</div
</div>

All the documentation related with Components is in the Laravel website.