tomatom/atom-bundle

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3.0-alpha-7 2021-04-29 18:57 UTC

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Symfony Bundle for easy front-end content editing.

Dependencies:

  • symfony/framework-standard-edition ">=2.8|~3.0"

  • stof/doctrine-extensions-bundle "~1.2"

  • jQuery

Installation:

  • for Symfony ~2.8: composer require tomatom/atom-bundle "~1.0"

  • for Symfony ~4.2: composer require tomatom/atom-bundle "~2.0"

  • AppKernel.php:
new TomAtom\AtomBundle\TomAtomAtomBundle(),

Configuration:

  • routing.yml:
atom:
    resource: "@TomAtomAtomBundle/Controller/"
    type:     annotation
  • config.yml:
# Make sure translator is uncommented:
framework:
    translator:      { fallbacks: ["%locale%"] }
# ...

# Twig Configuration
twig:
    base_template_class: TomAtom\AtomBundle\Twig\Template
    # ...
  • security.yml:
security:
    # ...
    # add role 'ROLE_ATOM_EDIT':
    role_hierarchy:
        ROLE_ATOM_EDIT:   ROLE_USER
        ROLE_ADMIN:       ROLE_ATOM_EDIT
        ROLE_SUPER_ADMIN: ROLE_ADMIN
    # ...
  • ::base.html.twig (or your base layout):
{# don't forget to include your jQuery (tested with 1.8.3 - 2.1.4, others may work, 3.0 doesn't): #}
<script src={{ asset('path/to/jQuery.js') }}></script>

{{ render(controller('TomAtomAtomBundle:Atom:_metas')) }}
  • for drag&drop image uploading from editor, create upload directory: /web/uploads/atom

Usage:

  • Atoms intentionally works only in prod environment! They are disabled in test, dev and all others, so you can always see updated changes right away.

  • there are currently 3 Atom types:

  • atom - Atom with rich text editor (CKEditor)
  • atomline - Atom Line for editing plaintext inside fixed html tags
  • atomentity - Atom Entity display and update column for given entity
  • if you want to use Atom in your templates, add Atom tag with unique identifier: {% atom unique_identifier_here %} and closing tag {% endatom %}. You can add default content between tags, which will be persisted on first load.
{% atom foo %}
    <p> I am editable! </p>
{% endatom %}
  • in case you want to edit only text content (like headings or table cells) and don't want to use rich text editor, there is the Atom Line tag (again with unique identifier): {% atomline unique_identifier_here %} and closing {% endatomline %}.
<h1>
   {% atomline bar %}
       I am editable!
   {% endatomline %}
<h1>
  • for editing other entities, there is Atom Entity tag, which takes these arguments:

    • name of Bundle containing desired entity:Entity name (e.g. AppBundle:Product)
    • name of method used for saving content (usually some setter)
    • entity id
  • example (no need to add default value, it will be fetched by appropriate getter):

<div class="product-price">
   {% atomentity  AppBundle:Product, setPrice, 123 %}{% endatomentity %}
<div>

Editable mode

  • entering page with Atoms in prod environment as user with role ROLE_ATOM_EDIT unlocks editable mode, which can be enabled or disabled by icon in bottom-right corner of browser screen.

Translations:

  • when switching between locales by changing _locale request parameter, you can easily update atoms in specified language. Also Atom Entities can be translated from frontend, if they have implemented Gedmo Translatable behavior.