Just a quick post with a few notes on Assetic. These are mainly on topics people have been searching for when they have visited this blog. Loading Filters If you are using Assetic from Symfony2…

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After my earlier post digging in to how Assetic (Symfony2's asset manager) works, I am now going to look at how you should actually use it from Symfony2's templating engine Twig. Kris Wallsmith the developer…

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Edit: Please read the first the first comment from Kris Wallsmith, this explains that you do not need to write any PHP at all to make use of Assetic, it can be configured directly from…

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In the previous post in this series I wrote about organising rule sets in CSS and came to the conclusion that it would be best not to try and avoid all repetition. This means that…

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In the previous post in this short series on CSS I wrote about splitting CSS files into sections. Whilst this is a simple technique, the choice of how to group is more difficult though, sometimes…

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This is the first of a few posts on some CSS organisation tips. These are by no means unique to me or new ideas but are the ones I have found to be consistently useful…

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