Contribute to ONGR bundles

First of all thank you for contributing to ONGR!

Before you start to work on your PR here are some guidelines that you need to follow. We are focusing on robust, code base clean and future proof, so we expect the same from you :wink:.

Development discussion

Discussion regarding issues, bugs, new features, and questions about implementation of new features takes place in the related Github issues or pull request comments. Before you start to work on some PR we recommend to create the issue and ask about it, just to make sure your work will give a benefit and you will not waist your time.

Which branch ??

This depends on what contribution you want to make. First of all, create an issue about the problem you are facing, fork the repository and then follow the steps below.


If you've found a bug, first double check the documentation or contact ONGR team in the chat if you're not misusing the components. If it really looks like a bug, create an issue about it, providing clear title, description and, if possible, examples of the environment that the problem occurs. Now you must determine which stable version of the component was the one that the feature holding the bug in question was first introduced. In your git fork of the component create a new topic branch from the branch that represents that version. For example if the current stable version is 3.0, but the feature that has the bug you want to fix was introduced in 1.0, you will have to create the branch and create a a pull request to the branch 1.0. When your changes will be merged, the changes will be applied to all higher branches and we will release a patch that holds your changes. Lastly, don't forget to mention the issue number that the bug fix corresponds to at the bottom of your pull requests description, like so: closes #34.

New features

The procedure of submitting a new feature is somewhat similar, you should also engage in a discussion to clarify the details of the feature, open an issue about it and then start working on it. The difference from submitting a bug fix here is that the pull requests with the new features should be submitted to the master branch of the components GIT repository. The master branch is dedicated for development of new features that are added in the new versions of the ONGR components.

Coding standard

For the all code we use PSR-2. Before submitting pull request you should check if your code pass. We are using Travis CI to perform all checks and the style check is one in the check list.

To check code style we recommend to use code sniffer. You can run it directly from vendors:

vendor/bin/phpcs -p --standard=PSR2 --ignore=vendor/,Tests/app/ ./

We assume that you already updated bundle's vendors via composer. (run composer install in the bundle root)

Some small issues related with spaces,new lines and etc might be fixed with phpcbf which comes together with code sniffer. To perform a fixes run:

vendor/bin/phpcbf -p --standard=PSR2 --ignore=vendor/,Tests/app/ ./


At the ONGR we have 2 types of tests. There are Functional and Unit tests. Before submitting a pull request make sure you are not introducing lower code coverage than before. We are using to perform a check. If there will be lower test coverage of the pull request will fail.

To run a tests we are using PHP Unit.

To run it simply call:


We assume that you already updated bundle's vendors via composer. (run composer install in the bundle root)


Documentation is very important. If your pull request introduces some changes or a new feature, make sure you update a docs within the same pull request. Docs are written in Markdown and are located in each bundle at Resources/doc.