1. CodeIgniter Web Application Blueprints (2015)
Develop full-featured dynamic web applications using the powerful CodeIgniter MVC framework
About This Book
- Create your own dynamic web application using wireframes, databases, and language files
- Develop unique applications to perform simple tasks, such as authorizing users, sharing photos, or making a shopping platform
- Explore the MVC framework with the help of a number of projects developed in this book
Who This Book Is For
If you are a PHP programmer or developer looking for a framework to quickly develop your applications, this book is for you. The prerequisites needed would be prior experience with CodeIgniter.
What You Will Learn
- Create a base application to form the building blocks to develop your own web applications
- Develop a user authorization system to enable user access and permit the resetting of passwords
- Build an application to upload photos along with their descriptions
- Develop a URL shortener to create a new URL and save it to the database
- Design a job board to create and list new jobs and also register users and agents
- Construct an application to assign time against task, by adding filters and graphics to data
- Expand an e-commerce website to provide online shopping facility to users
Loosely based on the Model-View-Controller pattern, CodeIgniter is an open source framework for application development. It allows you to develop projects by providing a rich set of libraries for common tasks, including a simple interface and logical structure to access these libraries.
The book begins with creating a “base” application, which will be used to develop all the subsequent projects in this book. Taking you through the installation of CodeIgniter and Twitter Bootstrap, you will be introduced to some common helpers and libraries. The book will then take you through many projects, developed upon the base application. The projects include a discussion forum, a photo sharing website, and an e-commerce website. Towards the end, you will have eight projects that you can develop and amend.
This is an easy-to-follow guide consisting of a number of projects that enable you to develop full-featured applications at a fast pace.
Author(s): Rob Foster
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Author(s): David Upton
3. CodeIgniter 2 Cookbook (2013)
As a PHP developer, you may have wondered how much difference the Codeigniter framework might make when creating web applications. Now you can find out with a host of customizable recipes ready to insert into your own work.
- Customizable code that can be used in your own applications right away
- Recipes that will help you solve your Codeigniter issues efficiently and effectively
- Each recipe comes with a full code example, and where necessary, the Model and View files are included too
As a developer, there are going to be times when youll need a quick and easy solution to a coding problem. CodeIgniter is a powerful open source PHP framework which allows you to build simple yet powerful full-feature web applications.
CodeIgniter 2 Cookbook will give you quick access to practical recipes and useful code snippets which you can add directly into your CodeIgniter application to get the job done. It contains over 80 ready-to-use recipes that you can quickly refer to within your CodeIgniter application or project.
This book is your complete guide to creating fully functioning PHP web applications, full of easy-to-follow recipes that will aid you in any aspect of developing with CodeIgniter. CodeIgniter 2 Cookbook takes you from the basics of CodeIgniter, through e-commerce features for your applications, and ends by helping you ensure that your environment is secure for your users and SEO friendly to draw in customers.
Starting with installation and setup, CodeIgniter 2 Cookbook provides quick solutions to programming problems that you can directly include in your own projects. You will be moving through databases, EU Cookie Law, caching, and everything else in-between with useful, ready-to-go recipes. You will look at image manipulation using the Image Manipulation library, user management (building a simple CRUD interface), switching languages on the fly according to the user preference, caching content to reduce server load, and much more.
What you will learn from this book
- Build simple yet powerful PHP and CodeIgniter applications
- Create e-commerce features to add to your application
- Manipulate images crop, rotate, and add watermarks
- Secure your user environment
- Provide a forgot password functionality to users
- Optimize your SEO and search capabilities
- Manage money flow in your application
- Work with the EU Cookie Law (confirming Cookies from the user)
- Use database migrations to roll back changes and advance to newer database versions
Presented in a recipe-based format, you are led step-by-step through each aspect of CodeIgniter, allowing you to dip in and out as you choose.
Who this book is written for
CodeIgniter 2 Cookbook is for intermediate to advanced PHP developers who want to begin using the powerful CodeIgniter framework to create web applications. Familiarity with CodeIgniter isnt essential, but it will be useful if you have been introduced to the framework before.
Author(s): Rob Foster
PHP is experiencing a renaissance, though it may be difficult to tell with all of the outdated PHP tutorials online. With this practical guide, you’ll learn how PHP has become a full-featured, mature language with object-orientation, namespaces, and a growing collection of reusable component libraries.
Author Josh Lockhart—creator of PHP The Right Way, a popular initiative to encourage PHP best practices—reveals these new language features in action. You’ll learn best practices for application architecture and planning, databases, security, testing, debugging, and deployment. If you have a basic understanding of PHP and want to bolster your skills, this is your book.
- Learn modern PHP features, such as namespaces, traits, generators, and closures
- Discover how to find, use, and create PHP components
- Follow best practices for application security, working with databases, errors and exceptions, and more
- Learn tools and techniques for deploying, tuning, testing, and profiling your PHP applications
- Explore Facebook’s HVVM and Hack language implementations—and how they affect modern PHP
- Build a local development environment that closely matches your production server
Author(s): Josh Lockhart
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7. CodeIgniter 1.7 professional development (2010)
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