1 entity_example.module entity_example_basic_list_entities()

Returns a render array with all entity_example_basic entities.

In this basic example we know that there won't be many entities, so we'll just load them all for display. See pager_example.module to implement a pager. Most implementations would probably do this with the contrib Entity API module, or a view using views module, but we avoid using non-core features in the Examples project.

See also

pager_example.module

Related topics

File

modules/examples/entity_example/entity_example.module, line 259
Implements the basic functionality required to create and display an entity.

Code

function entity_example_basic_list_entities() {
  $content = array();
  // Load all of our entities.
  $entities = entity_example_basic_load_multiple();
  if (!empty($entities)) {
    foreach ($entities as $entity) {
      // Create tabular rows for our entities.
      $rows[] = array(
        'data' => array(
          'id' => $entity->basic_id,
          'item_description' => l($entity->item_description, 'examples/entity_example/basic/' . $entity->basic_id),
          'bundle' => $entity->bundle_type,
        ),
      );
    }
    // Put our entities into a themed table. See theme_table() for details.
    $content['entity_table'] = array(
      '#theme' => 'table',
      '#rows' => $rows,
      '#header' => array(t('ID'), t('Item Description'), t('Bundle')),
    );
  }
  else {
    // There were no entities. Tell the user.
    $content[] = array(
      '#type' => 'item',
      '#markup' => t('No entity_example_basic entities currently exist.'),
    );
  }
  return $content;
}