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Class: CodeIgniter Blade Template Engine
Render templates in Blade format in CodeIgniter
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Blade Template in Codeigniter

This can render .blade.php in Codeinteger and can convert Strings into blade templating system.

  • This library follows HMVC
  • This has predefine cache for rendering files quickly
  • It supports: > comments, echos, forelse, empty, includes, layouts, section_start, section_end, yields, yield_sections, extensions, else, unless, endunless, endforelse, structure_openings, structure_closings

Installation

  • Download the package by clicking here
  • Extract the file to your project folder

Initialization

$this->load->library("bladeview");

Methods:

$this->bladeview->set('name', 'Jhon')
				->set('car_array', array("BMW", "FORD", "Mazda"))
				->append('car_array', "Volvo")
				->set_data(array('age' => 22, 'gender' => 'male'))
				->render('test', array('message' => 'Hello World!'));

Rendaring \*blade.php

$data = array(
	"foo" => "Hello",
	"bar" => "World",
);
$this->bladeview->render("test", $data);  //File extension *blade.php

Rendaring String

$string = "{{\$foo}} {{\$bar}}";
$data = array(
	"foo" => "<b>Hello</b>",
	"bar" => "World",
);
$this->bladeview->render($string, $data, false); //3rd parameter false is important

You can also save the blade output in a variable

$View_blade_output=$this->bladeview->render("test", $data,true,true);
$String_blade_output=$this->bladeview->render($string, $data,flase,true);

Example

class Welcome extends CI_Controller {
public function __construct() {
        parent::__construct();
		$this->load->library("bladeview");
	}

	public function renderView(){
		$data=array(
				"name"=>"Jhon",
				"age"=>21
			);
		$this->bladeview->render("test", $data);
	}

	public function renderString(){
		$data=array(
				"name"=>"Jhon",
				"age"=>21
			);
		$string="Hello I'm \{{$name}}. My age is \{{$age}}";
		$this->bladeview->render($string, $data,false);
	}
}

For more details please follow laravel blade documentaion.

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