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ZfcTwig Module for Zend Framework 2 Master Branch Build Status

ZfcTwig is a module that integrates the Twig templating engine with Zend Framework 2.


  1. Add "zf-commons/zfc-twig": "dev-master" to your composer.json file and run php composer.phar update.
  2. Add ZfcTwig to your config/application.config.php file under the modules key.


ZfcTwig has sane defaults out of the box but offers optional configuration via the zfctwig configuration key. For detailed information on all available options see the module config file class.


Setting up Twig extensions

Extensions can be registered with Twig by adding the FQCN to the extensions configuration key which is exactly how the ZfcTwig extension is registered.

Configuring Twig loaders

By default, ZfcTwig uses a Twig_Loader_Chain so that loaders can be chained together. A convenient default is setup using a filesystem loader with the path set to module/Application/view which should work out of the box for most instances. If you wish to add additional loaders to the chain you can register them by adding the service manager alias to the loaders configuration key.

Using ZF2 View Helpers

Using ZF2 view helpers is supported through the ZfcTwig\Twig\FallbackFunction function.


Example .twig files for the skeleton application can be found in the examples folder.


ZF2 does not support multiple renderers with view helpers very well. As a workaround, ZfcTwig registers its own HelperPluginManager that extends the default Zend\View\HelperPluginManager and adds the default as a peering manager. This let's ZfcTwig register its own renderer with view helpers that require it and fallback to the default manager for view helpers that do not require one.

As a caveat, you must register view helpers that require a renderer with ZfcTwig. An example can be seen in config/module.config.php where the HelperConfig for the default navigation helpers is registered with ZfcTwig.

Requires php Version >=5.3.3
twig/twig Version ~1.13

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