Template Engine, XML-centric and attribute-driven
FigDice is a templating engine for PHP. It differs from most of the popular template systems, in the way the presentation data are made available to templates: instead of pushing the data from Controller to View, you build Views that pull the data they need.
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Presentation and Tutorial:
- SitePoint | Getting Started With FigDice (English)
- php[architect] | December 2015 (English)
- GNU/Linux Magazine France | 158, March 2013 (French)
- Fast, easy and powerful Template Engine
- XML syntax for your Templates: you gain built-in validation
- Instructions are extended attributes inside your HTML tags: you can display your templates WYSIWYG in your browser/editor
- Manipulate your data with the help of a simple and powerful expression parser
- Built-in i18n, using keys/values from cached XML dictionaries
- Inclusions, loops, conditions, with a non-intrusive syntax inside the document
- No programming required, for the Template designers
- Hermetic separation between the application's layers (Presentation / Logics)
- Inversion of control: the Templates pull the data on-demand. The controllers need not know the templates by heart beforehand
Choose among the 3 methods below, which suits better your needs: Composer, Phar, or Zip file.
Add the figdice dependency to the
require section of your
Download the latest FigDice phar file to the location of your choice. Then, in your source files where you need to use FigDice features, write the line:
The phar file's stub registers an autoload function for the classes in the \figdice namespace. Notice that, if you already have an old-style __autoload function, you must register it with spl_autoload_register before importing the phar.
Download the latest Figdice zip file to the location of your choice and extract the archive. Then, require_once the autoload.php file at the root of the FigDice folder.
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See Wiki for more details.