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yii2-extension yii2-user-access-token

Yii2 module which provides functionality to deal with user access tokens.



Yii2 module which provides functionality to deal with user access tokens.

  • Thursday, September 1, 2016
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Yii2access token module, (*1)


This package relies on Codemix Yii2 Locale Urls version 1.3.0., (*2)


Install Using Composer

The preferred way to install this extension is through composer., (*3)

Either run, (*4)

$ php composer.phar require humanized/yii2-translation "*"

or add, (*5)

"humanized/yii2-translation": "*"

to the require section of your composer.json file., (*6)

Run Migrations

$ php yii migrate/up --migrationPath=@vendor/humanized/yii2-user-access-token/migrations

Edit Configuration File

Add following lines to the configuration file:, (*7)

'modules' => [
    'translation' => [
        'class' => 'humanized\translation\Module',

Adding these lines allows access to the various interfaces provided by the module. Here, the chosen module-name is translation, as such the various routes will be available at translation/controller-id/action-id, though any module-name can be chosen., (*8)

This package contains an urlManager component which extends the urlManager component provided by the Codemix Yii2-LocaleUrls package. Here setup of the default application language and population of the enabled website languages are handled automatically. Other configuration options are inherited between components., (*9)

'components' => [
        // Languages enabled populated through database storage
        // Further configuration options available at https://github.com/codemix/yii2-localeurls 
        'urlManager' => [
            'class' => 'humanized\translation\components\UrlManager',
            'enablePrettyUrl' => true, 
            'showScriptName' => false,

Getting Started

Once configured, one or multiple languages should be enabled using the various interfaces provided by the module. To get up-and-running quickly, an example is given to enable some languages using the CLI provided by the package:, (*10)

$ php yii translation/language/enable en
$ php yii translation/language/enable fr
$ php yii translation/language/enable nl
$ php yii translation/language/set-default en 

Above mentioned lines enables the English, French and Dutch language ands sets English as the default language, (*11)

For full instructions on how to use the fully-configured module, check the USAGE-file., (*12)

The Versions

01/09 2016



Yii2 module which provides functionality to deal with user access tokens.

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