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Full Demo Source Code

September 2, 2019 at 3:32pm

Full Demo Source Code

September 2, 2019 at 3:32pm
Is there any git source so that we can download for the demo version displayed on ? I would like to see on how you guys placing the code and stuff.

September 2, 2019 at 5:20pm
Yeah, I would love that as well, as that is a much more complex project, but I don't think that is possible as it's the solution (partial) for and it's put there just to see the level of complexity you can achieve using Twill, but I am all for having the source code on some git repo!
I'd love just to see the twill configuration files at least.
Agreed; it would be SO helpful to have a demo of something that uses most of the core concepts of Twill, it doesn't have to be the pentagram site if that is going to be difficult to do due to the client not accepting this.
What do you mean by twill configuration files? the ones from the config, or the views from the admin folder?
the twill.php and twill-navigation.php, maybe the admin.php routes too.
Look at this, maybe it can help you with config files and router, i used at as well to understand better

Step by step II- Creating a Twill app.

This helps for a few things but I feel it's nowhere near as complete as something like the pentagram demo
That is for sure, but from his request I think he has problems with the basics if he needs the config files and admin routes. I don't think you can get to much extra details from the config files and route files from the Twill demo.

September 3, 2019 at 4:50pm
Yeah, I am way past the Step by Step II in my projects, I have a good handle on it. I'm saying it would be nice to see for new users as it took a lot of work to figure out more advanced config setups. Since they don't want to show the entire project, just having advanced examples would save many hours of work for folks. Wish I had had them in the beginning :).

September 4, 2019 at 5:54am
Yeah this was a fail on our end. But we ae not working on some advanced code examples, this is next up for us now that we got the latest release out. Thanks for the feedback!

September 19, 2020 at 4:04pm
So is this something that's available a year later?