Twig is a templating language for PHP, which is a boring way of saying that it’s a tool used to output variables inside HTML. In this series we'll show you how to use Twig from the ground up, clearly pointing out its syntax, and then graduating to some really neat and advanced tricks. We'll start with a look at Twig syntaxes, functions and filters. Then we'll get into the world of debugging with the
dump() function. With the basics under control, we'll move to handling arrays and objects. template inheritance, tests, looping tricks, and macros (Twig functions).
To make this interesting, we're going to build something useful with Twig, like a penguin clothing store! We're starting out with a small website set up under your web server’s document root and a test page called test.php, which you can find in the series demo site download. In this lesson, you will create your first Twig template, render a variable, and learn the basic Twig syntax you'll need to know.