The render function takes a mandatory argument action, that is the method of the action. It supports a:b:c notation. Example:

{render action="Module:Foo:bar"}

Will executes Module\Controller\FooController::barAction and print the result.

You can specify the request method:

{render action="Module:Foo:bar" method="PUT"}

You can specify the query parameters:

{render action="Module:Foo:bar" query="foo=bar&baz=thelia"}
{render action="Module:Foo:bar" query=$anArray}

Same for request (if the method isn’t specified, it will automaticly set it to POST):

{render action="Module:Foo:bar" request="foo=bar&baz=thelia"}
{render action="Module:Foo:bar" request=$anArray}

All the other parameters will be used as the method parameters. You can execute the following controller:


namespace Module\Controller\FooController;

use Thelia\Controller\Front\BaseFrontController;
use Thelia\Core\HttpFoundation\Response;

class TestController extends BaseFrontController
    public function barAction($paramA, $paramB)
        return new Response($paramA . $paramB);

with the method:

{render action="Module:Foo:bar" paramA="foo" paramB="bar"}