The Config API has received a completely overhauled API. Using the Config API, you can now retrieve at run-time any configuration property.
Currently, only the theme has configuration files.
The theme configuration files are stored in its
get() method to retrieve all properties of a defined configuration file.
Let's grab all properties of the theme's
$all = Config::get('application');
The above code is fetching all properties from the
application.config.php file stored in the
resources/config folder. Simply provide the file name without the
.config.php extension as a parameter of the
// Grab all theme templates $templates = Config::get('templates');
Depending of your application, you might need to retrieve only one specific property from a configuration file.
For this, simply use a dot syntax to specify your property. For example, let's retrieve the
namespace property from the
$namespace = Config::get('application.namespace');
Note: you can't set/modify configuration values at run-time. Configuration values are read only.
Here is a complete list of the configuration files stored inside the theme.
application: Main configuration file. You can specify your own class aliases inside this file.
constants: Allow you to define constant variables.
images: Allow you to register image sizes for your media library.
loading: Allow you to specify directories of classes for autoloading. By default, it is loading your theme's controller and model classes.
menus: Allow you to define custom navigation menu locations. More information in the WordPress codex.
sidebars: Help you register your sidebars for your website/application. Uses the same arguments found in the WordPress codex: register_sidebar().
supports: Equivalent to the add_theme_support() function.
templates: Handles the custom page template system of the framework. Define your templates inside this file by providing a
Details on how to modify and use those configurations are explained inside each file.
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