ldrahnik/theme-keeper

This package is abandoned and no longer maintained. The author suggests using the kappa/themes-manager package instead.

Keeper of themes.

v1.1.1 2015-04-05 17:49 UTC

README

Strongly recommend use Kappa/ThemesManager.

If you use Modules structure Kappa/ThemesManager is more effective if not that is still better. Forgot on this package it was just attempt. Is deprecated and will not be more developed.

ldrahnik/theme-keeper

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Keeper of app themes.

Requirements

ldrahnik/theme-keeper requires PHP 5.4 or higher.

Installation

Install theme keeper to your project using Composer:

$ composer require ldrahnik/theme-keeper

Usage

Register extension in config file

extensions:
	themes: ThemeKeeper\DI\ThemeKeeperExtension

Example

themes:
	default:
		themeDir: %themesDir%/<themeName>
		assetsDir: <themeDir>/assets
		views:
			controls: <themeDir>/controls/<name>/<view>
			presenters: <themeDir>/presenters/<name>/<view>
			layouts: <themeDir>/@<view>
	/**
	* @var \ThemeKeeper\ThemeKeeper 
	* @inject 
	*/
	private $themes;
	
	public function __construct(ThemeKeeper\ThemeKeeper $themes)
    {
		$this->themes = $themes;
    }
    
    public function render()
    {
    	$this->template->setFile($this->themes->getView($this->name, 'controls'));
		$this->template->render();
		// you can cast getView without getTheme('default') because default name is automatically default
		// theme for short use as that, if is not set up name 'default', is choosen first theme in order
    }

Is able to set up path via these patterns (don't count patterns through view-keeper - substitution is done successively)

	<themeName>
	<assetsDir>
	<themeDir>

Summary

  • Template-keeper uses View-keeper but view-keeper as extension have still good use, for example Mail templates are the same for entire app.
  • Crossing from small app with view-keeper to something bigger is not hard because is possible to let code as it's, just use another service.