CodeIgniter Web Application Blueprints by Rob Foster



CodeIgniter Web Application Blueprints by Rob Foster



CodeIgniter Web Application Blueprints by Rob Foster



What this book covers

Section 1, Introduction and Shared Project Resources, acquaints you with this book

what’s more archives a starting improvement environment—introducing Twitter Bootstrap, introducing CodeIgniter, and building up a couple of imparted basic assets utilized by all parts all through the book.

Part 2, A URL Shortener, discusses making an application that permits a client to

enter a URL. The application will encode this URL and produce another, shorter URL

with a novel code annexed to it—this will then be spared to a database. This URL

will be offered to the client for them to disperse and utilization. When it is clicked on, the

application we will create will take a gander at the URL, find the one of a kind code in that URL,

also search for it in the database. On the off chance that found, the application will stack the first URL

furthermore divert the client to it.

Part 3, Discussion Forum, discusses making an application that will permit clients

to make an introductory question or suggestion. This inquiry will be shown on a sort

of notice board; this is the start of an examination string. Different clients have the capacity to

click on these clients’ examinations and answer to them if they wish.

Section 4, Creating a Photo-offering Application, discusses making a little application

that will permit a client to transfer a picture. An interesting URL is then created and spared

to the database alongside points of interest of the transferred document. It is offered to the client for

them to circulate. Once the URL is clicked on, the transferred picture is brought from

the filesystem and showed to the client.

Section 5, Creating a Newsletter Signup, contains a venture that permits a client to enlist

to a database of contacts, for this situation, a database of bulletin information exchanges. The client

can revise their settings (the settings can be anything you wish: the kind of email

content they wish to get or whether they wish to get HTML or content just

messages). The application even backings unsubscribing from future bulletins.

Part 6, Creating an Authentication System, contains an application to oversee clients

in a framework you may create and is maybe the biggest part in the book. A

basic CRUD environment is supplied, permitting you to include, alter, and erase clients.

Thusly, clients can enlist themselves and even reset their secret key if they

disregard it.

Part 7, Creating an E-Commerce Site, discusses a little however succinct e-business

application that uses CodeIgniter’s Cart class to bolster a basic shop. Clients can

channel items by means of distinctive classifications, add items to their truck, revise things in the

trucks (alter thing amounts), or expel things from their truck by and large.

Part 8, Creating a To-do List, discusses making an application that permits a client

to make errands that they have to finish. Assignments can be given a due date, that is, a

sort of due date. The errands are shown in a HTML table. The lines generally

undertakings are given a red foundation shading to show their significance. Complete assignments

can be set as done and are shown as being carried out by being struck through. At long last,

undertakings can be erased to evacuate old and undesirable things.

Part 9, Creating a Job Board, discusses making an occupation board. Clients are empowered

to post an advert at work board by filling in a HTML structure. The substance of the

structure are approved and added to a database of current accessible employments. Different clients

searching for work can scan for these employments. These clients can look through all employments

then again enter an inquiry question to see whether a particular employment exists.

CodeIgniter Web Application Blueprints by Rob Foster

CodeIgniter Web Application Blueprints by Rob Foster


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