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Working With Templates in Symfony 2
May 20, 2014 @ 10:34:05

NetTuts.com continues their introductory screencast series today with the latest episode focusing on using templates in Symfony 2. Other parts of the series have looked at using controllers, routing and some of the basics of the framework.

Today, let's learn about Symfony 2's Twig Templates. With Twig, you can seamlessly and painlessly integrate your PHP and HTML together, giving you a very clean looking presentation of your view code, without all the clutter of PHP tags, an overabundance of parenthesis, or semicolons. Instead, we have a simple and elegant syntax that we can use.

The screencast works with a sample application and a bundle to render the Twig template and includes examples of defining blocks of content and extending other templates. They also show you how to use layouts and pass data out to the template to be rendered on load. You can watch the screencast in-page or over on YouTube.

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Link: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/working-with-templates-in-symfony-2--cms-21172

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