Join Drew Falkman for an in-depth discussion in this video Intro to CodeIgniter 3, part of MVC Frameworks for Building PHP Web Applications.
- [Instructor] CodeIgniter's been a favorite…among PHP developers who prefer a lighter weight framework.…It has a very small footprint that does little more…than enforce the MVC pattern, but has many components…that can help with rapid application development.…So, in December of 2014, CodeIgniter changed management…from a company EllisLab…to the British Columbia Institute of Technology.…It was handed off.…The current version is 3.2…and 3.0 was the first version at BCIT.…
So they now are licensing under the MIT license.…The previous license was an OSL 3.0 license…which was copy-left which meant that, essentially,…if you want to change any of the core files,…then you have to include those files opensource.…So the thing about CodeIgniter, it's very well-loved…and if you look, you'll see it's still…one of the more popular GitHub repositories.…However, it did stall out for awhile.…So sometime in 2013, 2014,…there really wasn't much activity going on…and that's when a lot of these new frameworks…started coming up and a lot of advancements happened.…
- 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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