CodeIgniter is an Application Development Framework - a toolkit - for people who build web sites using PHP. Its goal is to enable you to develop projects much faster than you could if you were writing code from scratch, by providing a rich set of libraries for commonly needed tasks, as well as a simple interface and logical structure to access these libraries. CodeIgniter lets you creatively focus on your project by minimizing the amount of code needed for a given task.
CodeIgniter is an application development framework, which can be used to develop websites, using PHP. It is an Open Source framework. It has a very rich set of functionality, which will increase the speed of website development work.
Who are Learn CodeIgniter
Learn CodeIgniter, based in Ahmedabad / Mehsana, WayToWeb aims to take the hard work of learning how to build great websites quickly with the CodeIgniter. If you have recently discovered CodeIgniter you'll know that the official documentation can be quite difficult to follow for a beginner. Our Training can save you hours of time searching the CodeIgniter forums.
Why you should attend one of our training courses?
Getting to grips with CodeIgniter is not easy for a complete beginner. There are a number of key concepts you need to learn in order to understand how build a CodeIgniter website. We cover all these basic concepts in an easy to follow step-by-step approach at our CodeIgniter training in Ahmedabad / Mehsana. These principles will work for you whether you wish to edit and maintain an existing CodeIgniter website which someone has built for you, or if you are just starting to build CodeIgniter websites.
CodeIgniter Course Content:
» Model-View-Controller Based System
» Extremely Light Weight
» Full Featured database classes with support for several platforms.
» Query Builder Database Support
» Security and XSS Filtering
» Data Encryption
» Application Profiling
» Unit Testing Class
» Flexible URI Routing
» Support for Hooks and Class Extensions
» Large library of “helper” functions
» Running via the CLI
» Managing your Applications
» Common Functions
» Error Handling