Join Drew Falkman for an in-depth discussion in this video CodeIgniter concepts and features, part of MVC Frameworks for Building PHP Web Applications.
- [Instructor] CodeIgniter is a lightweight MVC framework.…One of the reasons CodeIgniter attracted…a large number of developers in the early days…was that it didn't require learning a complicated set…of command line tools or a strict architecture.…To structure your code, you simply use their mechanisms…to handle the model, the view, the controller and routing,…and it was up to you to determine…how to organize and implement it.…Installing CodeIgniter is pretty straightforward.…You can either download a compressed two megabyte file…or you can do a pull from GitHub.…
Either way, you're going to basically just extract…the core framework to your web route…and then you can develop from there.…One of the criticisms has been…that there's no out-of-the-box Composer support…for CodeIgniter.…There's not an official repository in packages…so that you can install this simply using Composer.…CodeIgniter is very straightfoward PHP implementation.…As such, there's no command line interface…so you're not going to be able to generate controllers…
- 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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