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Sage 9 Beta 3 WooCommerce Setup

Sage 9 Beta 3 WooCommerce Setup

Since I wrote my last post on setting up WooCommerce in Sage 9 things have changed once again. Sage 9 beta 3 has adjusted its structure and looks even more like a Laravel app. And WooCommerce has also been adjusted and since WooCommerce 3.0 several patches have been added. So let’s discuss the Sage 9 Beta 3 WooCommerce Setup shall we?

Sage Views

There are no longer template files anymore. That is, there are, but they are now all added under /resources/views . Not under templates anymore. Here is the structure now:

site/web/app/themes/sage/resources/views $ tree -L 2
.
├── 404.blade.php
├── archive-product.php
├── index.blade.php
├── layouts
│   └── app.blade.php
├── page.blade.php
├── partials
│   ├── comments.blade.php
│   ├── content-page.blade.php
│   ├── content-search.blade.php
│   ├── content-single.blade.php
│   ├── content.blade.php
│   ├── entry-meta.blade.php
│   ├── footer.blade.php
│   ├── head.blade.php
│   ├── header.blade.php
│   ├── page-header.blade.php
│   └── sidebar.blade.php
├── search.blade.php
├── single-product.php
├── single.blade.php
├── template-custom.blade.php
├── woocommerce
│   ├── archive-product.php
│   └── single-product.php
└── woocommerce.blade.php

As you can see all .blade.php files are now under resources/views like they are in a Laravel app.

WooCommerce Templates

We still seem to need to add archive-product.php and single-product.php to make WooCommerce work properly and have the content we add for WooCommerce loaded there. These seem to work from the views directory or views/woocommerce. But we do now have a way to use Blade templating by making them load woocommerce.blade.php.

This we can do with a simple:

<?php echo App\Template('woocommerce'); ?>

WooCommerce Blade file

The woocommerce.blade.php file is where we do all our magic and CAN use Blade. For a basic display we add:

@extends('layouts.app') 
@section('content') 
 @php(woocommerce_content())
@endsection

This so we can load the basic app layout and the general WooCommerce content using:

 @php(woocommerce_content())

As you can see this is a great step forward integrating Blade into WooCommerce!

Jasper

Been working with WordPress, SEO, content marketing and the web for 12+ years. When I am not coding, reading about the web or dreaming the web of things I travel or run a few blocks

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