Twig (http://twig.sensiolabs.org) is a modern template engine for PHP, based on Django and Jinja syntaxes. It is an opensource product, released under the new BSD license (http://twig.sensiolabs.org/license) by Fabien Potencier.
As Twig becomes well known, a lot of questions are asked on Q/A websites, such as http://stackoverflow.com, and some answers can be more explicit with runnable examples.
If you do not know Twig or basic templating language concepts, this site is not going to be very useful to you. However, if you are a twig/Symfony2 developer, there are a few different use-cases of twigfiddle intended for you:
To create a fiddle, just go to twigfiddle.com to get to the fiddle's editor.
You can customize your fiddle's URL by going to http://twigfiddle.com/whatever-you-want.
Other options are available when you're saving or accessing an already-saved fiddle.
By clicking on Browse button, you can access fiddle's browser.
This page let you browse and/or search for fiddles.
Registered users can change fiddle's visibility.
Registered users can bookmark fiddles they don't own.
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I am Alain Tiemblo, a lazy and passionate web developer. I spend most of my life sleeping, eating, swimming and, of course, coding. I am living in Nantes (France), a nice and animated city close to the Atlantique ocean. I spend my vacations travelling, with a special attraction to China after being there 9 months already.
I enjoy being that lazy developer as I am always looking for ways to do more with less efforts and time. For me, but also and particularily for the users who will use my work. And I love searching for solutions to develop impossible stuffs, such as multi-threading simulation in PHP, user-friendly parsers, strong enconding matters, captcha-breakers and so on.
I began computer science at 13 years old, as an IRC chatter. I developped my first mIRC script because I seen a game robot that wasn't opensource, and wanted to put it on my own channels. This was the very beginning of an incredible adventure. I spent 8 years on IRC, coding games, moderation and administration robots, proxy to bypass school's firewall to chat during classes, chat client for mobile devices throught http, chat analytics and more.
After being gradulated from secondary school, I studied computer science at the European Institute of Technology, a 5-years course that creates self-learner nerds. During first 2 years, it was forbidden to use existing libraries: if we required a function (whichever one), we needed to code it! A nice way to learn a lot of low-level stuffs, and to understand how things run. The other years covered a large variety of technologies, from langages, system and network administration, to technical topics such as code parsing, network development, computer graphics, artificial intelligence and so on. Coupled with internships and international studies, the many things I learnt made me able to choose THE job I'm made for: web developer.
I am also a Zend Certified Engineer, who done the examination just for fun.
You can find some more of my geeky activity on Stackoverflow: