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CodeIgniter from Scratch: Shopping Cart

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Today, we are going to take a look at the Shopping Cart library for CodeIgniter. This useful class allows us to add and remove items to a shopping cart, update them, and calculate prices. I will demonstrate how you can build a simple shopping cart system with the help of this library..


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Day 12: Shopping Cart

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