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Description: Demo script
Class: PHP Layout Template Processor
Template engine with indented blocks based syntax
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# lang-english.demo.txt - english language file # These variables are returned to the main script: !scope from script: $back_to_start, $show_PHP_demo_source, $show_demo_viewer_source, $show_template_definitions, $link_separator # link labels $back_to_start = 'back to start' $show_template_definitions = 'show template definitions' $show_demo_viewer_source = 'show demo viewer source' $show_PHP_demo_source = 'show PHP demo source' $link_separator = ' or ' =Title:"Demo =Intro:"This is a demo of the <code>LayoutProcessor</code> template processing engine. =Content_intro: <p>Below are four examples showing how to output a simple message in a <code>&lt;div&gt;</code>. While they do the same thing, they use four different approaches.</p> =Content_demo_source_invitation: <p>These are just basic examples, for more advanced examples you can view the source code for this demo viewer by clicking the link below.</p> =Example_invitation: <p>Click the link below to view the template definitions.</p> =Example_explanation: <p>The first example use a layout to make a placeholder for the message, the second use a layout to make a template which takes the message as input parameter, and the third make a template capable of resolving variables and then defines a variable and use the variable in the parameter sent to the template, and the last one fetch the variable from the context where the template is used.</p> =Demo_source_intro: <p>This is the source for the demo viewer script (script.demo.txt). Most parts should be easy to understand for a developer, for details about the syntax read the <a href="https://github.com/RogerBaklund/LayoutProcessor" target="_blank">GitHub page</a>. </p> =Demo_source_description: <p>This is technically a layout named 'script', it is the outer template for the web page and in this case it implements the complete "application", only <a href="?lang=en&amp;src=lang">language</a> and <a href="?lang=en&amp;src=footer">footer</a> is defined in separate files just to show how it works. In a real project you would have more things in separate files and probably also fetch things from a database.</p> <p>If you want to see how this is implemented in PHP you can view the PHP demo source by clicking the link below.</p> =PHP_source_intro: <p>This is <code>demo.php</code>, the script that loads and runs the <a href="?src=demo_source">demo viewer</a> script.</p> =PHP_source_description: <p>You don't need all this to run this simple demo, but it serves as a good starting point for an application based on the <code>LayoutProcessor</code> class.</p> <p>The most important part is the static <code>load()</code> method. This method is called when a undefined layout is called. <code>load()</code> must return false if the layout is not found. If it is found it is returned in a small associative array with the layout as a string and some additional meta data which by default is only used for error messages.</p> <p>The <code>get()</code> method is only used for debug messages in this case, it outputs the name of layous as they are called, indented according to the current scope size to make it easier to see the structure of the executed code. See the <a href="?lang=en&src=log">demo.log</a> file.</p> <p>After the class is defined, error handling and logging is configured. You are not required to use this, you could use the defaults which is <code>ERR_TEXT</code>, no logging. Error messages would be visible but not formatted for HTML.</p> <p>Then <code>Demo::run_layout('script')</code> is executed, and the result is output. Since the layout <code>'script'</code> is not defined at this stage, the <code>load()</code> method is executed, fetching and returning the <code>script.demo.txt</code> file.</p> <p>Finally, if debugging is enabled the time spent is written to the <a href="?lang=en&src=log">demo.log</a> file.</p> =Language_intro: <p>This is the language file, all texts are defined here, some as variables and some as layouts with HTML paragraphs.</p> =Language_description: <p>This is just one example of how to do it, often the content is from a database and you must use a different approach to find the content for the correct language.</p> =Logfile_description: <p>This is the end of the file <code>demo.log</code>, showing only the last few requests.</p> =Footer_intro:!param string: $footer_file "<p>This is the <code>$footer_file</code> file:</p> =Footer_description: <p>It would usually be better to set CSS rules on the footer class, sending in parameters this way is done only for demonstration purposes.</p>