Silex service provider for BundleFu

v1.0.0 2015-02-06 11:19 UTC

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Last update: 2020-07-05 09:07:03 UTC


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The BundleFuSilexServiceProvider integrates BundleFu into the Silex micro-framework.


BundleFuSilexServiceProvider can be installed using the Composer tool. You can either add dotsunited/bundlefu-silex-service-provider to the dependencies in your composer.json, or if you want to install BundleFuSilexServiceProvider as standalone, go to the main directory and run:

$ wget 
$ php composer.phar install

You can then use the composer-generated autoloader to access the BundleFuSilexServiceProvider classes:

require 'vendor/autoload.php';


Register the BundleFuServiceProvider to your Silex application:

$app = new \Silex\Application();

$app->register(new DotsUnited\BundleFu\Silex\BundleFuServiceProvider());

You can now use the bundlefu.factory service to create bundles in your application:

$bundle = $app['bundlefu.factory']->createBundle();

To configure the factory, you can pass the bundlefu.options and bundlefu.filters parameters:

$app->register(new DotsUnited\BundleFu\Silex\BundleFuServiceProvider(), array(
    'bundlefu.options' => array(
        'bypass' => true
    'bundlefu.filters' => array(
        'js_closure_compiler' => new \DotsUnited\BundleFu\Filter\ClosureCompilerService()


The service provider automatically registers the BundleFu twig extension if Twig is available (ensure that you register the BundleFuServiceProvider after the TwigServiceProvider in your application).

If do not want the extension to be registered, set bundlefu.twig.extension with the value false as a parameter:

$app->register(new DotsUnited\BundleFu\Silex\BundleFuServiceProvider(), array(
    'bundlefu.twig.extension' => false


BundleFuSilexServiceProvider is released under the MIT License.