The BlockBundle provides integration with SonataBlockBundle. It is used to manage fragments of content, so-called blocks, that are persisted in a database and can be incorporated into any page layout. The BlockBundle also provides a few commonly used standard blocks, including the ability to edit them.
- Symfony 2.3+
- See also the
requiresection of composer.json
For the install guide and reference, see:
- All Symfony CMF documentation - complete Symfony CMF reference
- Symfony CMF Website - introduction, live demo, support and community links
Pull requests are welcome. Please see our CONTRIBUTING guide.
Unit and/or functional tests exist for this bundle. See the Testing documentation for a guide to running the tests.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed already.