Join Drew Falkman for an in-depth discussion in this video CI advanced concepts and next steps, part of MVC Frameworks for Building PHP Web Applications.
- [Instructor] We've looked at CodeIgniter from 10,000 feet…but you might be interested to jump in…and learn more about CodeIgniter.…Let's go ahead and take a deeper look…and see where you might learn more and what to look at next.…Since we've only really gone over…the view and the controller layer of the application,…the next step you'll probably want to dive into…is the data layer.…There's a whole suite of database classes you can use…to access your database objects.…You're going to create a DB object…and from that object you can then make queries.…
By default, the queries use a special query builder object…and this abstracts the SQL.…So, you'll make queries something like this.…So, 'this' is going to be our controller,…db is our database class,…and then we'll call something like get_where.…And this will determine what table you're going to call on…and what filters you might want to use.…There are a number of different classes…that you can use to do this.…Essentially, this allows you to create these smart objects…
- Why use a framework?
- MVC-framework concepts
- Framework components
- Setting up the software
- Sample apps built in each framework
- Comparing frameworks
Skill Level Intermediate
PHP: Accessing Databases with PDO and MySQLiwith David Powers3h 47m Intermediate
1. About PHP Frameworks
2. Zend 3
3. Symfony 3
4. CodeIgniter 3
5. CakePHP 3
6. Yii 2
7. Laravel 5
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