pixassociates/sortable-behavior-bundle

Provides a way to sort your admin listing

v1.5 2018-03-26 15:56 UTC

README

Offers a sortable feature for your Symfony2 admin listing

SonataAdminBundle implementation

The SonataAdminBundle provides a cookbook article here :

https://github.com/sonata-project/SonataAdminBundle/blob/3.x/docs/cookbook/recipe_sortable_listing.rst

Configuration

By default, this extension works with Doctrine ORM, but you can choose to use Doctrine MongoDB by defining the driver configuration :

# app/config/config.yml
pix_sortable_behavior:
    db_driver: mongodb # default value : orm
    position_field:
        default: sort #default value : position
        entities:
            AppBundle\Entity\Foobar: order
            AppBundle\Entity\Baz: rang
    sortable_groups:
        entities:
            AppBundle\Entity\Baz: [ group ]
            

Use a draggable list instead of up/down buttons

In order to use a draggable list instead of up/down buttons, change the template in the move action to PixSortableBehaviorBundle:Default:_sort_drag_drop.html.twig.

<?php

    // ClientAdmin.php
    protected function configureListFields(ListMapper $listMapper)
    {
        $listMapper
            ->addIdentifier('name')
            ->add('enabled')
            ->add('_action', null, array(
                'actions' => array(
                    'move' => array(
                        'template' => 'AppBundle:Admin:_sort_drag_drop.html.twig',
                        'enable_top_bottom_buttons' => true, //optional
                    ),
                ),
            ))
        ;
    }

Also include the JavaScript needed for this to work, in your theme.yml file, add these two lines:

    //...
    javascripts:
        - bundles/pixsortablebehavior/js/jquery-ui.min.js // if you haven't got jQuery UI yet.
        - bundles/pixsortablebehavior/js/init.js

Adding the JavaScript and the template, will give you the possibility to drag items in a tablelist. In case you need it, this plugin fires to jQuery events when dragging is done on the $(document) element, so if you want to add custom notification, that is possible. Also, when dragging the <body> gets an is-dragging class. This class is removed when you stop dragging. This could by quite handy if you have some custom js/css.

pixSortableBehaviorBundle.success
pixSortableBehaviorBundle.error

Disable top and bottom buttons

<?php

    // ClientAdmin.php
    protected function configureListFields(ListMapper $listMapper)
    {
        $listMapper
            ->addIdentifier('name')
            ->add('enabled')
            ->add('_action', null, array(
                'actions' => array(
                    'move' => array(
                        'template' => 'PixSortableBehaviorBundle:Default:_sort_drag_drop.html.twig',
                        'enable_top_bottom_buttons' => true,
                    ),
                ),
            ))
        ;
    }