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twig/twig v3.8.0

Twig, the flexible, fast, and secure template language for PHP
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Package created
29 Sep 2011
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21 Nov 2023
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3 Packages, Including:
symfony/polyfill-ctype@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-mbstring@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-php80@v1.29.0

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symfony/polyfill-ctypev1.29.0-MIT
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symfony/polyfill-mbstringv1.29.0-MIT
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symfony/polyfill-php80v1.29.0-MIT
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does twig/twig do?

Twig is a flexible, fast, and secure template language for PHP. It provides an ideal environment for the developer to design their websites with a clean and succinct syntax, similar to the Django and Jinja template languages. The Twig package allows for efficient data management and enables better control over template rendering, enhancing the overall website performance and security.

How do you use twig/twig?

To use Twig in your PHP project, you will first need to install it via Composer by running the command: composer require "twig/twig:^2.0". Next, you can load the Twig library and set up a template directory as follows:

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

$loader = new \Twig\Loader\FilesystemLoader('/path/to/templates');
$twig = new \Twig\Environment($loader);

To render a template, call the render method:

echo $twig->render('index.html', ['name' => 'John Doe']);

In your template (for example, in index.html), you can display the variables you passed to the render method:

<p>Hello, {{ name }}!</p>

In this example, the {{ name }} syntax will be replaced with "John Doe".

Note that Twig uses Django-inspired syntax, so it's easy to pick up if you're familiar with Django or Jinja2.

Where are the twig/twig docs?

The complete documentation for Twig is available on the official Symfony website at https://twig.symfony.com/documentation. This comprehensive guide provides detailed instructions and examples on how to effectively use Twig in your PHP projects. It covers various topics from the installation process to the advanced usage of templates, functions, filters, and operators, making it a valuable resource for both novice and experienced developers alike.