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I got a question regarding the loading of a view within a preprocess function of Drupal 8.

The only working solution I found is this one here:

$_block_level_1 = \Drupal::entityManager()->getStorage('block')->load('views_block__myview_ov_block_1');

So by using the entity manager.

The view is expecting parameters. How do I send them?

  • Have you tried using views_get_view('xyz_view'); – Shreya Shetty Nov 21 '16 at 10:50
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You can render view programatically using views_embed_views() and pass views arguments to it. Check example below:

\Drupal::service('renderer')->render(views_embed_view('VIEW_NAME', 'DISPLAY_NAME', $ARGS_1, $ARGS_2));
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  • Yes. When doing this kint() goes crazy. It throws errors. I also cannot choose a display. The view is shown by the way. – mogio Nov 21 '16 at 10:59
  • Ok Sorry. Got it. Had a cache problem – mogio Nov 21 '16 at 11:02
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If you prepare a render element of the view

$variables['view_block_1'] = [
  '#type' => 'view',
  '#name' => $name,
  '#display_id' => $display_id,
  '#arguments' => $args,
];

you can then render this view in twig:

{{ view_block_1 }}
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