Tinkerwell supports multiple frameworks and platforms – Symfony is one of them. In this example, we're using the exposed variables of the Symfony driver for Tinkerwell and fetching a blog post from the database to display it's title.
Tinkerwell up to 3.6 contains a broken driver and you need to use the updated driver as custom driver until the fix has been released with 3.7
The Symfony driver exposes the variables
$container to access classes that get loaded via dependency injection in a normal application context. This makes it possible to get a service from the container and use it like you would use it in a controller.
$doctrine = $container->get('doctrine')->getManager(); $doctrine->getRepository(App\Entity\Post::class)->find(1)->getTitle();
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