John Davidson

php - Zend Framework 3 - Module won't load

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So i've a web app using Zend Framework 3. It ran perfectly until today. I tried to add a module ("Params") and i can't figure why it doesn't load.


My Module tree :



My config/Module.config.php :


 return [
'Features',
'Version',
'Installs',
'Tests',
'Params'

];

My composer.json :


  "autoload": {
"psr-4": {
"Application\\": "module/Application/src/",
"Clients\\": "module/Clients/src/",
"User\\" : "module/User/src",
"Connexions\\" : "module/Connexions/src",
"Groups\\" : "module/Groups/src",
"Workgroup\\" : "module/Workgroup/src",
"Projects\\" : "module/Projects/src",
"Contacts\\" : "module/Contacts/src",
"Bugs\\" : "module/Bugs/src",
"Features\\" : "module/Features/src",
"Version\\" : "module/Version/src",
"Installs\\" : "module/Installs/src",
"Tests\\" : "module/Tests/src",
"Moulinettes\\" : "module/Moulinettes/src",
"Parameters\\" : "module/Params/src"
}
},

I've checked every php file in my Params folder for a typo, and there is none.


In my NavManager.php, when i add my params item, i instantly get a Zend Error :


$items[] = [
'id' => 'params',
'label' => 'Paramètres',
'icone' => 'settings',
//'link' => $url('params')


Any help appreciated ! :)


i tried to duplicate an existing and working module => Didn't work
I tried to start from scratch my module => Did,'t work neither
I've updated composer and any dependencies / plugins (Limited by the Zend Framework version ofc)



My Answer:
To create a module in Zend Framework 3, you need to follow these steps:

1. Create a new directory for your module inside the `module` directory of your Zend Framework 3 project. For example, if you want to create a module called `Blog`, you would create a directory named `Blog` inside the `module` directory.

2. Inside the `Blog` directory, create a `Module.php` file. This file will contain the configuration for your module.

3. In the `Module.php` file, you need to define a class that extends `Zend\ModuleManager\Feature\ConfigProviderInterface` and implement the `getConfig()` method. This method should return an array of configuration options for your module.

4. In the `Module.php` file, you also need to define a class that extends `Zend\ModuleManager\Feature\AutoloaderProviderInterface` and implement the `getAutoloaderConfig()` method. This method should return an array of autoloader configuration options for your module.

5. Finally, you need to register your module with the Zend Framework 3 application. To do this, open the `config/modules.config.php` file in the `config` directory of your project and add your module to the list of modules.

Once you have completed these steps, your module should be successfully integrated into your Zend Framework 3 project. You can now start adding controllers, views, and other components to your module as needed.

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