- Add it to your composer.json (
"bkwld/laravel-haml": "~2.0") and do a composer install.
- Add the service provider to your app.php config file providers:
You can set MtHaml environment, options, and filters manually. To do so:
- Laravel 4 : Publish the config file with
php artisan config:publish bkwld/laravel-hamland edit at /app/config/packages/bkwld/laravel-haml/config.php
- Laravel 5 : Publish the config file with
php artisan vendor:publishand edit it at /config/haml.php.
For instance, to turn off auto-escaping:
'mthaml' => array( 'environment' => 'php', 'options' => array( 'enable_escaper' => false, ), 'filters' => array(), ),
Laravel-Haml registers the ".haml", ".haml.php", ".haml.blade", and ".haml.blade.php" extension with Laravel and forwards compile requests on to MtHaml. It compiles your Haml templates in the same way as Blade templates; the compiled template is put in app/storage/views. Thus, you don't suffer compile times on every page load.
In other words, just put your Haml files in the regular views directory and name them like "whatever.haml". You reference them in Laravel like normal:
- Laravel 4 :
- Laravel 5 :
The Haml view files can work side-by-side with regular PHP views. To use Blade templating within your Haml, just name the files with ".haml.blade" or ".haml.blade.php" extensions.
Read the Github project releases for release notes.