In a production environment you’ll eventually want to load assets (images, CSS and JS) from a different server. Perhaps you’re running your own asset server or you’re even using a CDN. This will require the files to be linked with an absolute URL. But in your development environment you don’t want this – you want assets to be loaded directly from the same server.
So this is what you do. Use Symfony’s asset() function for every asset you want to load from the asset server:
If you’re using Assetic you’ll have to add the asset() function to asset_url:
Now you can have different configuration for your production and development environment:
framework: templating: engines: ['twig'] assets_base_urls: http://assets.yourdomain.com
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