This package contains a simple Splash controller to log into an application. The controller can display a simple form with username/password choice, and has actions to login/logout the application.

v6.0.0 2022-12-01 16:58 UTC

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Last update: 2024-03-29 02:27:42 UTC


What is this package?

This package is part of Mouf login system. It provides a simple Splash controller that displays a simple login page.

The controller is using the UserService system to log the user in your application.

If you are using Mouf, Splash MVC (or a Splash compatible system like Druplash or Moufpress) and the UserService, you can use this controller to get a login page for free :)


Start by adding the package to your dependencies:

	"require" : {
		"mouf/security.simplelogincontroller" : "^6.0"

Run php composer.phar update, then install the package using Mouf UI.

The install process will create a login instance representing the controller.

How to use it?

Easy! Just point your browser to http://[server]/[app]/login/. You should see a login screen.

Be sure not to forget the trailing / in the URL. It is really important for the controller to work correctly.

In order to logout, use the http://[server]/[app]/login/logout URL.

How to customize?

###Customizing labels You can customize this instance as you like. In particular, you can edit the attached SimpleLoginView object that will let you edit each piece of text displayed on the login screen.

###Customizing design If you need more control on the design of the login screen, the SimpleLoginView is using Mouf's rendering system. Therefore, you can override the whole design of the page in your application.

To do this, simply copy the file /vendor/mouf/security.simplelogincontroller/src/templates/Mouf/Security/Views/SimpleLoginView.twig into '/src/templates/Mouf/Security/Views/SimpleLoginView.twig'. Here you can create your own version of the view. Do not forget to purge your cache in Mouf UI after copying the files for your new template file to be detected.

Alternatively, if you only need to display a few HTML elements before or after the login box, you can use the contentBeforeLoginBox and contentAfterLoginBox properties of the login instance.

###Customizing behaviour You can register a number of actions that will be performed before displaying the view by adding those actions in the actions property of the login instance.

###Customizing URL By default the URL of the login screen if /login/. This is actually the name of the controller's instance. If you want to change this URL, you just have to change the name of the SimpleLoginContoller instance in Mouf UI.