niterain\PhpTalView as a requirement to composer.json:
composer require niterain/php-tal-view:2.0.1.x-dev
Update your packages with
composer update or install with
Once Composer has installed or updated your packages you need to register PhpTalView with Laravel. Open up app/config/app.php and find the providers key towards the bottom and add:
Currently PhpTalView is set by default to HTML5, however, you can change this setting in its config.php file, XHTML, or XML.
You call the PhpTalView template like you would any other view:
PHPTAL also has a nice feature which you can use called filters, for example I have one that bust the cache for images, js, css, this is configurable via the config file.
'preFilters' => array( 'bustCache', 'minimizeJs', 'adderJs' )