You have access to all data that has been assigned by the HTML client which renders the view as well as all data that has been assigned by parent HTML clients, e.g.
| => template: catalog/detail/body-default.php
| => assigns: detailProductItem, detailProductMediaItems, etc.
| => template: catalog/detail/basket-body-default.php
| => assigns: basketStockUrl, etc.
| => template: catalog/detail/basket-selection-body-default.php
| => assigns: selectionProducts, selectionAttributeItems, etc.
In the template of the selection HTML client, you have now access to selectionProducts, selectionAttributeItems, basketStockUrl, detailProductMediaItems, detailProductItem. You should have a look into the templates and the HTML clients to find out which data they assign.
To access the data in the view, you can use
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$this->get( 'selectionProducts', array() ); // second parameter is the default value if not available
$this->selectionProducts; // (throws an exception if not available)
Additionally, there are some view helpers available. They are located in:
To use the view helpers in the view, call e.g.
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echo $this->url( $target, $controller, $action, $params, $trailing, $config );
The example prints the generated URL for the given parameters. Use lower-case for all view helpers, i.e. "url()" for the view helper in the "Url" directory. The parameters for each view helper varies, so so should have a look into the interface or implementation of the view helper you want to use.
These are the view helpers that are available:
* block: Extend from parent templates like in Blade or Twig
* config: Access to the configuration settings
* content: Generate media URL
* csrf: CSRF security for form posts
* date: Localized dates
* encoder: Quoting output to avoid security breaches
* formparam: Generates values for the "name" attribute of input elements
* mail: Access to an e-mail message that can be filled
* number: Localized number format
* param: Access to get/post/url parameters
* partial: Renders the given sub-template
* request: PSR-7 request object
* response: PSR-7 response object
* url: Generates URLs
* value: Access values in multi-dimensional arrays in a simple way
Hope that helps a bit