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CodeIgniter 1.7

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Learn
  • Download, install, and configure a CodeIgniter site and learn how to use mod_rewrite to generate better URLs
  • Organize a dynamic web site using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern
  • Simplify your database access by integrating databases such as MySQL
  • Make your site more robust and professional by using CI's built-in classes
  • Understand the structure of a CI site and its object-oriented aspects
  • Reduce the code necessary to create a form using form helper – one of the fine features of CodeIgniter
  • Take any library or code, from your previous work, third-party code, etc. and put it to use inside CodeIgniter
  • Generate Create, Update, Delete, and Read (C.R.U.D) entries on each database table
  • Create multi-language sites, handle files, images, sessions, and send email easily with the help of CI
  • Work with files easily – upload them, download them, and put them into a Zip file
  • Test your code with error handling, unit testing, benchmarking, and profiling with the help of CI
  • Build a dynamic web site quickly and easily using CodeIgniter's prepared code
About

CodeIgniter (CI) is a powerful open-source PHP framework with a very small footprint, built for PHP coders who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications. CodeIgniter is an MVC framework, similar in some ways to the Rails framework for Ruby, and is designed to enable, not overwhelm.

This book explains how to work with CodeIgniter in a clear logical way. It is not a detailed guide to the syntax of CodeIgniter, but makes an ideal complement to the existing online CodeIgniter user guide, helping you grasp the bigger picture and bringing together many ideas to get your application development started as smoothly as possible.

This book will start you from the basics, installing CodeIgniter, understanding its structure and the MVC pattern. You will also learn how to use some of the most important CodeIgniter libraries and helpers, upload it to a shared server, and take care of the most common problems. If you are new to CodeIgniter, this book will guide you from bottom to top. If you are an experienced developer or already know about CodeIgniter, here you will find ideas and code examples to compare to your own.

Features
  • Clear, structured tutorial on working with CodeIgniter for rapid PHP application development
  • Careful explanation of the basic concepts of CodeIgniter and its MVC architecture
  • Use CodeIgniter with databases, HTML forms, files, images, sessions, and email
  • Full of ideas and examples with instructions making it ideal for beginners to CodeIgniter
Page Count 300
Course Length 9 hours 0 minutes
ISBN9781847199485
Date Of Publication 9 Nov 2009
The date helper—converting and localizing dates
Working with text—the text helper
Making HTML tables the easy way—the Table class
Caching pages
Summary

Authors

David Upton

David Upton is a director of a specialized management consultancy company, based in London but working around the world. His clients include some of the world’s largest companies. He is increasingly interested in web-enabling his work, and seeking to turn ideas into robust professional applications by the simplest and easiest route. He has so far written applications for two major companies in the UK. His other interests include simulation, on which he writes a weblog which takes up far too much of his time, and thinking.

Jose Argudo Blanco

Jose Argudo Blanco is a web developer from Valencia, Spain. After finishing his studies he started working for a web design company. After working for six years for that company and some others, he decided to work as a freelance.

Now, after some years have passed, he thinks it's the best decision he has ever takena decision that let him work with the tools he likes, such as CodeIgniter, Joomla!, CakePHP, JQuery, and other well-known open source technologies.

For the past few months he has also reviewed some books for Packt Publishing, such as Magento 1.3 Theme Design, Magento: Beginner's Guide, Joomla! 1.5 SEO, Symfony 1.3 Web Application Development, and Joomla! with Flash. The one yet to be published is Magento Development with PHP.