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Codeigniter

What is CodeIgniter In today’s web development space, efficiency and modularity are all the rage. Gone are the days when you would have to re-write the same code for multiple applications or make a concerted effort on your end to construct your application in a dynamic manner. Modern web frameworks do all of this for you. CodeIgniter is one of such frameworks available to PHP developers. Arguably the most popular amongst its peers, CodeIgniter greatly accelerates PHP-based web development by virtue of its vast array of libraries and packages. These libraries are designed for such areas of web applications where code reusability is common, thus taking some work off of developers’ plates. Based on the Model-View-Controller (MCV) architecture, CodeIgniter also adds layering of logic to your web applications. This not only contributes towards a cleaner application design but is also is useful in parallelizing certain processes in the development cycle. As a result, your products are highly responsive to possible business changes and make it to market quicker. The pre-requisites of this tutorial include basic knowledge of PHP, as well as some experience with Linux command line.


Php

The PHP Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) is a programming language that allows web developers to create dynamic content that interacts with databases. PHP is basically used for developing web based software applications. This tutorial helps you to build your base with PHP.

MySQL

The PHP Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) is a programming language that allows web developers to create dynamic content that interacts with databases. PHP is basically used for developing web based software applications. This tutorial helps you to build your base with PHP.

PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system that uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features that safely store and scale the most complicated data workloads. The origins of PostgreSQL date back to 1986 as part of the POSTGRES project at the University of California at Berkeley and has more than 30 years of active development on the core platform.

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