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Using Assetic from Twig After my earlier post digging in to how Assetic Symfony2 's asset manager works, I am now going to look at how you should actually use it from Symfony2's templating engine Twig. Kris Wallsmith the developer of Assetic pointed me in the right direction in the comments on that post.
He has now added some official documentation on the Symfony site. This post covers much the same ground, but I had written the bulk of it yesterday before they were added so I am going to post it anyway.
It turns out it's much simpler than I had made it, putting the following into my base. Basic Usage So let's have a look in more detail at what is going on with the above.
Further gains can be made by compressing the files, one of the built in Assetic filters is the YUI Compressor, adding the following will compress the combined file: This is because in debug mode each file is still served separately. You can explicitly set the debug mode in config.
You can also control it from within Twig with the debug attribute: This can be changed by placing a question mark in front of it: Production By default Assetic is not routed to in production.
For production it is better to save the files directly to the location the browser is expecting to find them as static files. Fortunately this can be done easily enough using the command line.Please note that not every topic is included in the certification (e.g., Doctrine, externals bundles, etc.) tranceformingnlp.com For my.
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. Symfony 2 is less of a framework and more of a super-charged router. I like the way it's gone from Symfony 1.x, and it's definitely an improvement, although my experience with 1.x has soured my opinion of Symfony in general.
Assetic will change the paths to our assets and breaks all links that use relative paths. In order to prevent this, we use cssrewrite filter that parses CSS files and rewrites paths to reflect the new location.
What is Symfony2? When I ask people what Symfony2 is for them, most of them say something along the lines of: Symfony2 is a full-stack web framework written in PHP.
Some also add that this is . Symfony2, Assetic, Twitter Bootstrap + Bootswatch Posted by felicitus on April 11, Leave a comment (1) Go to comments This is a quick’n’dirty guide for newcomers to symfony’s assetic and twitter bootstrap in conjunction with bootswatch.