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    CodeIgniter from Scratch: File Uploading and Image ManipulationCodeigniter
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    In lesson nine of our CodeIgniter series, we'll build a small image gallery that allows you to upload files, and automatically create thumbnails. Read More…
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    CodeIgniter from Scratch: Day 8 - AJAXCodeigniter
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    The CodeIgniter from Scratch series was unexpectedly, and significantly popular. Today, I'm pleased to announce that, with the help of one of my best authors, Burak, we'll be continuing the series! Additionally, the most often requested topic is the subject for today's screencast: combining CodeIgniter and jQuery. Read More…
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    Working with RESTful Services in CodeIgniterCodeigniter
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    CodeIgniter is becoming well known for its power as a PHP based web application framework, but it's not often that we see examples of it being used for anything else. Today we'll learn how we can use CodeIgniter to create a RESTful API for your existing web applications, and demonstrate how to interact with your own API or other RESTful web-services, such as Facebook and Twitter.Read More…
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    6 CodeIgniter Hacks for the MastersCodeigniter
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    CodeIgniter is a simple and powerful open source web application framework for PHP. Today, we'll do some core "hacks" to this framework to change and improve its functionality. In the process, you'll gain a better understanding of the intricacies of CodeIgniter.Read More…
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    How to Build a Shopping Cart using CodeIgniter and jQueryCodeigniter
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    CodeIgniter is an open source PHP web application framework with a lot of features. Recently, thanks to the latest update, a new feature was added to this framework, called the Cart Class. In this tutorial, we're going to take advantage of this new class, and write a shopping cart system, with a touch of jQuery added in.Read More…
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    Build an RSS 2.0 Feed with CodeIgniterCodeigniter
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    In this tutorial, we will build a RSS 2.0 Feed with the PHP framework CodeIgniter. After this tutorial, you will be able to build a feed for any custom website in no time at all. Read More…
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    CodeIgniter from Scratch Day 7: PaginationCodeigniter
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    In these last two weeks, I've received bunches of requests for a CodeIgniter pagination screencast; so that's what we'll be reviewing today! As a bonus, we'll also take a look at the super convenient HTML Table class. Read More…
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    How to Update your Twitter Status with CodeIgniterCodeigniter
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    Hi, in this tutorial we will update our twitter status via the 'Twitter API' using CodeIgniter. I recommend following step by step, rather than glossing over the tutorial. Let's dig in! Read More…
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    5 Super Helpful Web Development Video Quick Tips200x200
    It occurred to me that many of you might not be aware that, once a week or so, I post a five minute web development video quick tip for our Twitter followers. From now on, I'll make a posting on Nettuts+ after every five new quick tips - for the rest of you. Here's the first set. We cover a variety of neat CSS3 features, Photoshop, and more! Read More…
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    CodeIgniter From Scratch: Day 6 - LoginCodeigniter
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    In today's hour long video tutorial, we'll be doing a lot! We'll implement a login and signup form that will allow us to lock down certain sections of our fictional site. As you'll find, working with sessions in CodeIgniter is a cinch! Read More…
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    CodeIgniter From Scratch: Day 5 - CRUDCodeigniter
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    The most requested tutorial for day five of our CodeIgniter screencast series was for an introduction to CRUD operations. We'll review how to easily create, read, update, and delete records using CI's active-records class. Read More…
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    Using AMFPHP with AS3 and CodeIgniterCodeigniter
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    It seems that the AMFPHP project has now been laid to rest, unfortunately it never made it past the 1.9 beta version and nor did the tutorials. However, Adobe didn't give up on it that easily and with the new Flex compilers they've included the AMF3 object encoding! Good news for all you Flexers, but it's a different story for all you AS3'ers. Flex allows you to quickly and simply build a service that will interact with your AMFPHP code, but you have to get your hands dirty with AS3. So, I've decided that it's time there's a decent set of classes out there that help Bob build a site with AS3 using the AMFPHP gateway. And to throw some more dirt into the mix, we'll be integrating AMFPHP with CodeIgniter so that we have a fantastic PHP framework for the backend.Read More…
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