A Symfony bundle that integrates the php templates library

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v1.0.0 2020-05-15 13:11 UTC

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This bundle integrates the PHP templates library into Symfony.


Step 1: Download

$ composer require setono/php-templates-bundle

Step 2: Enable the bundle

If you use Symfony Flex it will be enabled automatically. Else you need to add it to the config/bundles.php:

// config/bundles.php

return [
    // ...
    Setono\PhpTemplatesBundle\SetonoPhpTemplatesBundle::class => ['all' => true],
    // ...


Service usage

The bundle registers the service setono_php_templates.engine.default and also autowires the interface Setono\PhpTemplates\Engine\EngineInterface to that default engine. This means you can inject the engine just by type hinting the interface:

use Setono\PhpTemplates\Engine\EngineInterface;

final class YourService
    /** @var EngineInterface */
    private $engine;

    public function __construct(EngineInterface $engine) {
        $this->engine = $engine;

    public function __invoke(): string
        return $this->engine->render('YourNamespace/template', [
            'parameter' => 'value'


The bundle automatically adds paths to the template engine. It is predefined to src/Resources/views/php for bundles and templates/php for applications.

This means if you put templates (according the correct structure) you can use templates seamlessly as described in the original docs.