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A RequireJS module for Zend Framework 2.

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Version 0.1.0 Created by Wesley Overdijk


This is a simple RequireJS module for Zend Framework 2 (from here referred to as ZF2). It allows you to use RequireJs within ZF2 by setting up modules / paths and adding applications.


Composer (recommended)

The recommended way to get this module working, is to add it to your composer.json, and then doing a php composer.phar update.

Git clone installation

  1. Clone this module into your vendor directory. (usually /path/to/application/vendor) like this:
cd my/project/dir/vendor
git clone git://
  1. Enable this module in your application.config.php.

Getting it working

SxRequireJs doesn't work out of the box. It has its own public directory and therefore the RequireJS file will not be accessible. To get this working, there are a couple of things you can do.

  1. Add an AliasMatch to your vhost (recommended). Example: AliasMatch ^/([a-zA-Z0-9]+)/(css|img|js)/(.*) /Path/To/Your/Application/module/$1/public/$2/$3 Note: This does require you to add a directory to your vhost to allow access outside of your DocumentRoot.

  2. Copy the js in the public directory to your application's public directory.

  3. Set up symbolic links to map the module's public dir to the application's public dir

  4. Write an .htaccess that allows access to module public directories

Usage and configuration

You can find more information, the configuration options and some usage examples in the SxRequireJs wiki.


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