larapulse/sitemap-bundle

Provides a way to generate a sitemap as well as for static and dynamic routes, which require Propel, Doctrine, etc.

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v1.0.1 2017-11-29 16:14 UTC

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This Bundle provides a way to create a xml sitemap using any source you want (Doctrine, Propel, MongoDB, Faker, etc.).

This bundle aims to generate standards compliant sitemaps. For more information about sitemaps go to sitemaps.org.

The sitemap generation part is handled by the SitemapGenerator library, this bundle eases its integration into a Symfony2 application.

Main features

  • static sitemap generation
  • dynamic sitemap generation
  • sitemap index generation
  • memory efficient
  • datasource independent
  • support for media content (currently images and videos)

Install

Via Composer

$ composer require larapulse/sitemap-bundle

Register the SitemapBundle in app/AppKernel.php:

# app/AppKernel.php
public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = [
        // ...
        new Larapulse\SitemapBundle\LarapulseSitemapBundle(),
    ];
}

Configuration

Add the following options to app/config/config.yml file:

larapulse_sitemap:
    base_host:         http://www.foo.com
    base_host_sitemap: http://www.foo.com
    limit:             50000

Note:

  • The base_host will be prepended to relative urls added to the sitemap.
  • The base_host_sitemap will be prepended to the sitemap filename (used for sitemap index)
  • The limit is the number of url allowed in the same sitemap, if defined it will create a sitemap index

Routing

If you don't want to use the console to generate the sitemap, import the routes:

larapulse_sitemap:
    resource: "@LarapulseSitemapBundle/Resources/config/routing.yml"

This will make the sitemap available from the /sitemap.xml URL.

Usage

Add this line /web/sitemap.xml* to your .gitignore to prevent tracking sitemap.xml files by version control system.

Providers

In order to support any kind of datasource, the sitemap uses providers to fetch the data.

Exemple provider:

<?php

namespace SitemapGenerator\Provider;

use SitemapGenerator\Entity\Url;
use SitemapGenerator\Provider\ProviderInterface;
use SitemapGenerator\Sitemap\Sitemap;

class CustomProvider implements ProviderInterface
{
    public function populate(Sitemap $sitemap)
    {
        $url = new Url();
        $url->setLoc('http://www.google.de');
        $url->setChangefreq(Url::CHANGEFREQ_NEVER);
        $url->setLastmod('2012-12-19 02:28');
        $sitemap->add($url);
    }
}

All the providers implement the ProviderInterface, which define the populate() method.

Note: so they can be automatically used by the sitemap, providers have to be described in the DIC with the sitemap.provider tag:

services:
    sitemap_custom_provider:
        class: SitemapGenerator\Provider\CustomProvider
        tags:
            -  { name: sitemap.provider }

All the services tagged as sitemap.provider will be used to generate the sitemap.

Simple provider

A provider to add static routes into the sitemap easily.

parameters:
    sitemap.simple_options:
        routes:
            - {name: homepage}
            - name: foo
              params: {foo: bar}
              lastmod: '2017-11-23'
              changefreq: monthly
              priority: 0.5
        # the following parameters are optionnal
        lastmod:        '2015-01-01'
        changefreq:     never
        priority:       0.2

services:
    sitemap_simple_provider:
        class:      SitemapGenerator\Provider\SimpleProvider
        arguments:  [ @router, %sitemap.simple_options% ]
        tags:
            -  { name: sitemap.provider }

Propel provider

A propel provider is included in the bundle. It allows to populate a sitemap with the content of a table.

Here is how you would configure the provider:

# app/config/parameters.yml
parameters:
    sitemap.propel_options:
        model:      ACME\DemoBundle\Model\News
        # /news/{id}
        loc:        {route: news_show, params: {id: slug}}
        # the following parameters are optionnal
        filters:    ['filterByIsValid']
        lastmod:    date
        changefreq: daily
        priority:   0.2

# app/config/services.yml
services:
    sitemap_propel_provider:
        class:      SitemapGenerator\Provider\PropelProvider
        arguments:  
            - "@router"
            - "%sitemap.propel_options%"
        tags:
            -  { name: sitemap.provider }

Doctrine provider

A doctrine provider is included in the bundle. It allows to populate a sitemap with the content of a table.

Here is how you would configure the provider:

# app/config/parameters.yml
parameters:
    sitemap.doctrine_options:
        entity:         AcmeDemoBundle:News
        # /news/{id}
        loc:            {route: news_show, params: {id: slug}}
        # the following parameters are optionnal
        query_method:   findValidQuery
        lastmod:        updatedAt
        changefreq:     daily
        priority:       0.2

# app/config/services.yml
services:
    sitemap_doctrine_provider:
        class:      SitemapGenerator\Provider\DoctrineProvider
        arguments:
            - "@doctrine.orm.entity_manager"
            - "@router"
            - "%sitemap.doctrine_options%"
        tags:
            -  { name: sitemap.provider }

Change log

Please see CHANGELOG for more information on what has changed recently.

Testing

$ composer test

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING and CODE_OF_CONDUCT for details.

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email :author_email instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information. This project was forked from sitemap-php/KPhoenSitemapBundle