Codeigniter Tutorial Series For Beginners.

If I say that which is the best framework of PHP then, which one is your favourite. Is that Laravel, Zend, CakePHP, and Codeigniter or is something else?

PHP is one of the popular server-side languages, and if I talk about the most significant instance of PHP, then we notice that the world’s most robust Content Management System(CMS) WordPress.

WP is build using PHP. WordPress powers 33.3% web of all over the internet.

So let’s begin that in this tutorial series, what are you going to learn.

In this tutorial series, we are going to learn the Codeigniter framework from scratch.

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Codeigniter is a lightweight MVC based core, that is used to develop web applications.

What is MVC?

Model(M), View(V), and Controller(C) is a software design pattern that is used to separate different logics in their corresponding files.

MVC pattern is a pretty good thing for web developers because this helps to manage code properly and MVC pattern can be your best friend if you want to build a complex web application.

In the Model, you can write the logic to query the database and, if you want to write conditional logic for your application, then you can write these statements in Controller.

After querying the database and setting conditional logic and now you need to work on the frontend for rendering HTML code in the View.

In this CI tutorial series, I will try to teach you how to install Codeigniter in your local system, create custom helpers and their benefits, use of JWT Authentication in Rest APIs, user role management.

At the end of the tutorial series of Codeigniter for beginners, I will show you how to create a user login and registration system with Ajax.

What will we cover in this Codeigniter tutorial series?

  1. Installing Codeigniter
  2. Codeigniter Database
  3. Insert Record Into DB
  4. Fetch Data From DB
  5. Update Records into DB
  6. Delete Database Records
  7. Create and Use Custom Helpers
  8. JWT Authentication For APIs
  9. User Role Management
  10. User Login and Registration With Ajax

We will also use Codeigniter’s form validation functionality to validate user data before inserting it into DB and displaying error and success message according to the server’s response.

So if you want to learn Codeigniter.

Please stay tuned with me and start learning Codeigniter in an uncomplicated and natural way.