Zend Framework 3 module that provides a Smarty rendering strategy
Installing via Composer is the only supported method.
"gkralik/gk-smarty": "~1.0"to your
composer.jsonfile and run
php composer.phar update.
GkSmartyto your application's
config/application.config.phpfile under the
For information on configuring GkSmarty, refer to the module config file.
There is also a sample configuration file with all available configuration options.
You can set options for the Smarty engine under the
smarty_options configuration key (eg
Pay attention to the
cache_dir keys. Smarty needs write access to the directories specified there.
Using view helpers of ZF2 is supported. Just call the view helper as you would do in a PHTML template:
ZF2 has some issues with supporting multiple renderers with view helpers.
GkSmarty uses it's own
HelperPluginManager to work around this issue.
The default plugin manager from ZF2 is added as a peering manager to ease using view helpers that do not required access to the renderer.
You must register view helpers that require a renderer with GkSmarty's helper manager. Refer to
module.config.php for an example.
Some defaults have been taken care of for you (see HelperPluginManager for details).
Thanks to ZfcTwig for an excellent example on how to integrate templating engines with ZF2 and for finding a workaround for view helpers that need access to the renderer (see above).