The two types of Control Flow in Twig.
Here are all of the videos in Control Flow in Twig:
|1||Introduction||What we'll learn in this course.||01:23|
|2||What is Control Flow?||Before we learn the techniques, let's first learn what Control Flow is.||03:27|
|3||Two Types of Control Flow||The two types of Control Flow in Twig.||00:45|
|4||Choice - If||In Twig, we can use If to handle Choice control flow.||09:26|
|5||Choice - Available Operators in Twig||What operators can we use in our Twig conditionals?||03:16|
|6||Choice - Containment Operator||We look at how we can use the containment operator in Twig to check if a variable contains what we're looking for.||03:04|
|7||Choice - Test Operator||We use the Test Operator to check if a variable is what we think it is.||13:12|
|8||Choice - switch||The switch statement in Twig is only available in the Craft CMS. It's not part of core Twig.||07:05|
|9||Choice - Ternary Operator||When we want to make our conditionals compact or contained within another Twig tag (like an include tag), we can use the Ternary Operator in Twig.||10:51|
|10||Loops||We jump into the second type of Control Flow in Twig: Loops.||06:26|
|11||Loops - Adding a Conditional||We can make our loops a little smarter by adding a conditional to the statement.||01:32|
|12||Loops - Simulating break||Twig does not have the concept of break (or continue) while looping. But we can try to simulate it using built-in functionality. Are we successful?||06:50|
|13||Loops - Using break and continue plugin||break and continue are not available in Twig but we can use a third party plugin in Craft to make get the functionality we seek.||07:31|
|14||Wrapping Up||We wrap up the course by reviewing what we covered and a few words of encouragement!||00:57|
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