Menu bundle for symfony, can also be use in glynn-admin-symfony

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0.3.0 2019-11-26 19:19 UTC

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What does it do

This bundle adds two menu builders for your project. One for the site side, and one for the admin. This can help it to make live easier to generate menu structures. You can take a look at glynn-admin-symfony4 for a simple working example. It is using the KnpMenuBundle.

It is opinionated, it is setup using the bootstrap4 template


composer req disjfa/menu-bundle


In the template you have to add a menu.

{{ knp_menu_render('admin', {'currentClass': 'active', 'ancestorClass': 'active', 'depth':3, 'template': 'admin/menu.html.twig'}) }}


{{ knp_menu_render('site', {'currentClass': 'active', 'ancestorClass': 'active', 'depth':2, 'template': 'admin/menu.html.twig'}) }}

Resister a menu

And then, in your code you can just subscribe to the menus to add your own


namespace App\Menu;

use Disjfa\MenuBundle\Menu\ConfigureSiteMenu;
use Symfony\Component\EventDispatcher\EventSubscriberInterface;

class MenuListener implements EventSubscriberInterface
    public function onMenuConfigure(ConfigureSiteMenu $event)
        $menu = $event->getMenu();

        $menu->addChild('my_route', [
            'route' => 'my_route',
            'label' => 'My route title',
        ])->setExtra('icon', 'fa-home');

     * @return array
    public static function getSubscribedEvents()
        return [
            ConfigureSiteMenu::class => ['onMenuConfigure', 999]

Or you can subscribe to the ConfigureAdminMenu event to do the same for the admin menu.

And done

And now we are done. Make menus, be awesome!