Out of the box, CodeIgniter loads controller methods. Let's see how this works and how it may save us some time.
- [Instructor] CodeIgniter has a very unique way…of automatically binding a controller method pair to a URL.…So, right away we can test our code…and we don't have to manually define a route…for every single method.…CodeIgniter with HD access does that for us.…However, if you wish to have a custom URL…for your controller methods,…you can do so on the routes.php file.…For now, we'll stick to what CodeIgniter does for us…automatically and worry about custom URLs later.…
So, let's open up our 01 03 exercise files, desktop,…exercise files, chapter one, 01 03, start, open,…and now let's start our server with the 01 03 files.…So, let's open up a terminal and cd desktop,…cd exercise files, chapter one, 01_03, start.…Let's start our server with php -S, local host, 8080.…
Let's open up the browser.…Let's point it to local host 8080,…index.php, properties, index.…As you can see we have a controller and a method.…This is a controller and this is a method.…Let's create a method called Show,…which is gonna eventually connect to a database…
- Loading views and data from containers
- Routing with controllers
- Creating models
- Configuring the data
- Working with data, forms, sessions, and headers
- Logging and error logging
- Extending CodeIgniter to consume dependencies
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