Webpack loader for compiling twig.js templates


License
MIT
Install
npm install twig-loader@0.5.0

Documentation

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Webpack loader for compiling Twig.js templates. This loader will allow you to require Twig.js views to your code.

Installation

npm install twig-loader

Usage

Webpack 2 and later

Documentation: Using loaders

module.exports = {
  //...

  module: {
    rules: [
      {
        test: /\.twig$/,
        use: {
          loader: 'twig-loader',
          options: {
              // See options section below
          },
        }
      }
    ]
  },

  node: {
      fs: "empty" // avoids error messages
  }
};

Webpack 1

Documentation: Using loaders

module.exports = {
    //...

    module: {
        rules: [
            {
                test: /\.twig$/,
                loader: "twig-loader",
                options: {
                    // See options section below
                },
            }
        ]
    },

    node: {
        fs: "empty" // avoids error messages
    }
};

Options

  • twigOptions: optional; a map of options to be passed through to Twig. Example: {autoescape: true}

Loading templates

{# File: dialog.html.twig #}
<p>{{title}}</p>
// File: app.js
var template = require("dialog.html.twig");
// => returns pre-compiled template as a function and automatically includes Twig.js to your project

var html = template({title: 'dialog title'});
// => Render the view with the given context

When you extend another view, it will also be added as a dependency. All twig functions that refer to additional templates are supported: import, include, extends & embed.

Dynamic templates and registering at runtime

twig-loader will only resolve static paths in your templates, according to your webpack configuration. When you want to use dynamic templates or aliases, they cannot be resolved by webpack, and will be left untouched in your template. It is up to you to make sure those templates are available in Twig at runtime by registering them yourself:

var twig = require('twig').twig
twig({
  id: 'your-custom-template-id,
  data: '<p>your template here</p>',
  allowInlineIncludes: true,
  rethrow: true
});

Or more advanced when using webpack.context:

var twig = require('twig').twig

var context = require.context('./templates/', true, /\.twig$/)
context.keys().forEach(key => {
  var template = context(key);
  twig({
    id: key, // key will be relative from `./templates/`
    data: template.tokens, // tokens are exported on the template function
    allowInlineIncludes: true,
    rethrow: true
  });
});

Changelog

0.4.1 / 2018-06-12

  • Upgrade mocha to fix security vulnerability warning

0.4.0 / 2018-05-17

  • Add ablity to pass options to twig (PR #39)

0.3.1 / 2017-11-08

  • Update to Twig.js 1.10, fixes #29

0.3.0 / 2017-02-19

  • replace full path with a hash and implement mapcache for id/path resolution, fixes #12

0.2.4 / 2016-12-29

0.2.3 / 2016-06-11

  • Improve watch operation (rebuilding of modules)
  • Refactoring so compiler and the loader are in seperate modules
  • Add Twig as peer dependency

0.2.2 / 2016-06-03

  • Add embed support
  • Update Twig.js version

0.2.1 / 2016-04-18

0.2.0 / 2016-01-21

  • Add support for import statements (useful for Macro's)
  • Correctly resolve dependencies from include/import/extend statements with relative path support: [#3] and [#5]
  • CHANGE: No longer add the .twig file extension. After upgrading twig-loader, you may need to update your files and add .twig manually