eden/template

Eden template component.

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4.0.1 2015-10-13 03:42 UTC

README

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Install

composer install eden/template

Introduction

Instantiate template in this manner.

$template = eden('template');

API

set

Sets template variables

Usage
eden('template')->set(*array|string $data, mixed $value);
Parameters
  • *array|string $data - data
  • mixed $value - value

Returns Eden\Template\Index

Example
eden('template')->set(array('foo' => 'bar'));

parseEngine

Engine Parser. This parser also cases for lazy loaded variables. One problem with template engines is that it requires you to preload variables. This becomes problematic when your template requires a plethora of MySQL, Facebook, Twitter calls for example. Sometimes it's just best to wait till it's needed. ex {$title} ex {products}{$title}{/products}

Usage
eden('template')->parseEngine(*string $template, callable|null $callback);
Parameters
  • *string $template - The template string
  • callable|null $callback - Callback to be used when key does not exist in data

Returns string

Example
eden('template')->parseEngine('foo');

parseString

Simple string replace template parser

Usage
eden('template')->parseString(*string $string);
Parameters
  • *string $string - The template string

Returns string

Example
eden('template')->parseString('foo');

parsePhp

For PHP templates, this will transform the given document to an actual page or partial

Usage
eden('template')->parsePhp(*string $___file, bool $___evalString);
Parameters
  • *string $___file - Template file or PHP template string
  • bool $___evalString - Whether to evaluate the first argument

Returns string

Example
eden('template')->parsePhp('foo');

Contributing to Eden

Contributions to Eden are following the Github work flow. Please read up before contributing.

Setting up your machine with the Eden repository and your fork

  1. Fork the repository
  2. Fire up your local terminal create a new branch from the v4 branch of your fork with a branch name describing what your changes are. Possible branch name types:
    • bugfix
    • feature
    • improvement
  3. Make your changes. Always make sure to sign-off (-s) on all commits made (git commit -s -m "Commit message")

Making pull requests

  1. Please ensure to run phpunit before making a pull request.
  2. Push your code to your remote forked version.
  3. Go back to your forked version on GitHub and submit a pull request.
  4. An Eden developer will review your code and merge it in when it has been classified as suitable.