A bundle used to generate RSS feeds based on ez contents
This package is auto-updated.
Last update: 2021-10-13 17:53:54 UTC
This repository is what we call a "subtree split": a read-only copy of one directory of the main repository. It is used by Composer to allow developers to depend on specific bundles.
If you want to report or contribute, you should instead open your issue on the main repository: https://github.com/Novactive/Nova-eZPlatform-Bundles
Documentation is available in this repository via
.md files but also packaged here: https://novactive.github.io/Nova-eZPlatform-Bundles/master/RssFeedBundle/README.md.html
Add the lib to your composer.json, run
composer require novactive/ezrssfeedbundle to refresh dependencies.
Then inject the bundle in the
bundles.php of your application.
Novactive\EzRssFeedBundle\EzRssFeedBundle::class => [ 'all'=> true ],
Make sure you add this route to your routing:
# config/routes.yaml EzRssFeedBundle: resource: '@EzRssFeedBundle/Resources/config/routing.yml'
Rss Bundle uses custom database tables to store data. Use the following command to add the tables to your eZ Publish database:
$ php bin/console doctrine:schema:update
Clear the eZ Publish caches with the following command:
$ php app/console cache:clear
Run the following to correctly install and dump assets for admin UI. Make sure to use the correct Symfony environment with
$ php app/console assets:install --symlink --relative
A default view "rss_line" was created with an associated default template. The override rule supports all types of content items.
If you want to implement a particular view for a content type just do it like this:
system: default: content_view: rss_line: article: template: "AcmeBlogBundle:eZViews:line/article.html.twig" match: Identifier\ContentType: [article]