About fastField

This plugin adds new tag [[#resource_id.field]] for MODX Revolution 2.2+.It is a simple replacement of getResourceField. It supports grabbing:

[[#1.pagetitle]] resource fields

[[#1.tv.myTV]] resource TVs (processed)

[[#1.properties.articles.articlesPerPage]] resource properties

[[#POST.name]] value of $_POST['name'] (and other global arrays as with snippet getReqParam)

You don't need to install getResourceField and getReqParam for its work.

Examples:

1) [[getResourceField? id=`1` &field=`pagetitle`]] is similarly to   [[#1.pagetitle]]

2) [[getResourceField? id=`1` &field=`myTV` &isTV=`1` &processTV=`1`]] is similarly to   [[#1.tv.myTV]]

3) [[#1.properties.articles.articlesPerPage]] or [[#1.property.articles.articlesPerPage]]   or even [[#1.prop.articles.articlesPerPage]]  (isn't supported by getResourceField)

This example makes sense for Articles extra. Namespace "core" is standard.

4) [[!#get.name]] returns value of $_GET['name']. Supported global arrays: $_GET, $_POST, $_REQUEST, $_SERVER, $_FILES,   $_COOKIE, $_SESSION. The type of array after # is case-insensitive. The name of array element is case-sensitive.   You should use uncached tag [[!#get.name]] for cached resources.   CAUTION: use :stripTags output filter to prevent XSS-attacks (eg. [[!#get.name:stripTags]])!

It supports output filters, for example [[#3.pagetitle:ucase:default=`[[*pagetitle:ucase]]`]]

Information

Released
December 6, 2013

Supported Database
MySQL, SQL Server

License
GPLv2

Supported Versions
2.2 - <3.0

Downloads
25,847

Instructions

Examples of use:

1) [[getResourceField? id=`1` &field=`pagetitle`]] is similarly to   [[#1.pagetitle]]

2) [[getResourceField? id=`1` &field=`myTV` &isTV=`1` &processTV=`1`]] is similarly to   [[#1.tv.myTV]]

3) [[#1.properties.articles.articlesPerPage]] or [[#1.property.articles.articlesPerPage]]   or even [[#1.prop.articles.articlesPerPage]]  (isn't supported by getResourceField)

This example makes sense for Articles extra. Namespace "core" is standard.

4) [[!#get.name]] returns value of $_GET['name']. Supported global arrays: $_GET, $_POST, $_REQUEST, $_SERVER, $_FILES,   $_COOKIE, $_SESSION. The type of array after # is case-insensitive. The name of array element is case-sensitive.   You should use uncached tag [[!#get.name]] for cached resources.  

CAUTION: use :stripTags output filter to prevent XSS-attacks (eg. [[!#get.name:stripTags]])!

By default it sanitizes global array with $modx->sanitizePatterns.

It supports output filters, for example [[#3.pagetitle:ucase:default=`[[*pagetitle:ucase]]`]]

New in 1.4.0-pl

fastField 1.4.0-pl

- More compatibility with original modParser

- Finds TVs without .tv prefix.

- Sanitize Global arrays

- More compatibility with json fields

- Better error logging

- Some small fixes

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Fix problem with uninstallation

fastField 1.3.1-pl

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Fix problem with uninstallation

fastField 1.3.0-pl

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- Totally replace modParser by fastFieldParser

- Cache resource

fieldsfastField 1.2.1-pl

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- Fix null-field issue

- Fix error logs for TV

fastField 1.2.0-pl

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- More complex tag processing: nesting, caching and all features of resource fields;

- Global arrays support;

- Error logs for unknown fields and non-existent resources.

fastField 1.1.0-pl

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- Add processing output filters as default tags do. For example, [[#3.pagetitle:ucase:default=`[[*pagetitle:ucase]]`]]

fastField 1.0.0-pl

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Initial Version

Current releases

1.4.0-pl
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December 6, 2013
2.2 - <3.0