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Description

This is a view templating engine which is extracted from Laravel. It's independent without relying on Laravel's Container or any others.

Monthly Downloads: 295
Programming language: PHP
License: MIT License
Tags: Templating     Template     Template Engine    
Latest version: v5.4.3

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README

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【简体中文】

This is a view templating engine which is extracted from Laravel. It's independent without relying on Laravel's Container or any others.

Installation

With Composer, you just need to run

composer require xiaoler/blade

If you haven't use composer, you should add all the files in folder src to your project folder, and then require them in your code.

Usage

<?php

require '../src/Autoloader.php';

Xiaoler\Blade\Autoloader::register();

use Xiaoler\Blade\FileViewFinder;
use Xiaoler\Blade\Factory;
use Xiaoler\Blade\Compilers\BladeCompiler;
use Xiaoler\Blade\Engines\CompilerEngine;
use Xiaoler\Blade\Filesystem;
use Xiaoler\Blade\Engines\EngineResolver;

$path = ['/view_path'];         // your view file path, it's an array
$cachePath = '/cache_path';     // compiled file path

$file = new Filesystem;
$compiler = new BladeCompiler($file, $cachePath);

// you can add a custom directive if you want
$compiler->directive('datetime', function($timestamp) {
    return preg_replace('/(\(\d+\))/', '<?php echo date("Y-m-d H:i:s", $1); ?>', $timestamp);
});

$resolver = new EngineResolver;
$resolver->register('blade', function () use ($compiler) {
    return new CompilerEngine($compiler);
});

// get an instance of factory
$factory = new Factory($resolver, new FileViewFinder($file, $path));

// if your view file extension is not php or blade.php, use this to add it
$factory->addExtension('tpl', 'blade');

// render the template file and echo it
echo $factory->make('hello', ['a' => 1, 'b' => 2])->render();

You can enjoy almost all the features of blade with this extension. However, remember that some of exclusive features are removed.

You can't:

  • use @inject @can @cannot @lang in a template file
  • add any events or middleawares

Documentation: http://laravel.com/docs/5.4/blade

Thanks for Laravel and it authors. That is a great project.