CodeIgniter Training In Delhi

CodeIgniter is a powerful PHP framework with a very small footprint, built for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications.

  1. CODEIGNITER BASICS

  • Introduction
  • Downloading and installing Codeigniter
  • Basic configuration options
  • Managing Codeigniter on different environments
  • Managing database settings on different environments
  • Securing the system files
  • Removing index.php from the address bar using .http access
  1. USER MANAGEMENT

  • Introduction
  • Viewing users
  • Creating users
  • Editing users
  • Deleting users
  • Generating passwords with CodeIgniter
  • Generating passwords with CodeIgniter – the bare bones
  • Forgot password? – resetting passwords with CodeIgniter
  1. EMAIL, HTML TABLE, AND TEXT LIBRARIES

  • Introduction
  • Sending plain e-mails with CodeIgniter Email
  • Sending HTML e-mails with CodeIgniter Email
  • Sending attachments with CodeIgniter Email
  • Sending bulk e-mails with CodeIgniter Email
  • Using an HTML table with Data Table
  • Using an HTML table with Data Table and a database
  • Using word limiter() for table output
  • Using word censor() for cleaning input
  1. MANAGING DATA IN AND OUT

  • Introduction
  • Sending different data to multiple views
  • Validating user input
  • Preparing user input
  • Sticky form elements in Code Igniter
  • Displaying errors next to form items
  • Reading files from the file system
  • Writing files to the file system
  • Creating and downloading ZIP files
  • Uploading files with CodeIgniter
  • Creating and using validation callbacks
  • Using the language class
  • Confirming cookie acceptance from the user
  1. WORKING WITH DATABASES

  • Introduction
  • Configuring CodeIgniter for databases
  • Connecting to multiple databases
  • Active Record – create (insert)
  • Active Record – read (select)
  • Active Record – update
  • Active Record – delete
  • Looping through the database results
  • Counting the number of returned results with num_rows ()
  • Counting the number of returned results with count_all_results ()
  • Query binding
  • Finding the last insert id
  • Finding the number of affected rows
  • Finding the last database query
  • Using CodeIgniter database migrations
  1. CALENDARING, RIGHT PLACE, AND RIGHT TIME

  • Introduction
  • Building a CodeIgniter Calendar helper with database results
  • Building an appointment manager with Calendar Library
  • Creating a helper to work with a person’s date of birth
  • Working with fuzzy dates in CodeIgniter