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Writing Models in PyroCMS/Codeinighter Models

In Pyrocms there are Admin views and User views. Im developing a complex module where my model file is getting to be rather large. Should I be abstracting logic in my model files to also be User ...
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626 views

Reporting Solution in PHP / CodeIgniter - Server side logic vs client side

I'm building a report for an end user. They would like to see a list of all widgets... but then also like to see widgets with missing attributes, like missing names, or missing size. So i was ...
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1answer
503 views

Slower Ajax Response

Does putting the view logic inside the controller increase page load speed? Because I have a controller action calling a view which I am loading through ajax and I am getting a very slow response. Why ...
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1answer
117 views

Helper functions - well defined inputs or well defined outputs?

Problem In Codeigniter (PHP framework), I am trying to create a helper function that will inject an ActiveRecord (for MySQL) command into a chain of existing ActiveRecord calls. The reasoning for ...
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1answer
469 views

Migrating Web based projects from Java to PHP

At our work place after hours of coding, testing and QA we have successfully added a couple of software tools in our product line. We specialize in web based software solutions so in order to tap on ...
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4answers
3k views

php templating with codeigniter

I am currently develop a website application in codeigniter, and I'd like to do something in PHP / CodeIgniter where I can make a common template for separate sections of the website. I was thinking ...
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3answers
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Pass around record ids in the url in PHP

I'm doing a PHP application with CodeIgniter and most of my controllers accept record ids as parameters for retrieving purposes. I also pass record ids in my forms action. Like this: ...
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2answers
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What is a good technique to prevent unauthenticated users from accessing controller methods?

I have an event(s) controller: class Event extends CI_Controller{ public function index(){ } public function foo(){ } //Shouldn't be able to use this method unless logged in ...
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1answer
305 views

Why should I use the function migration in codeigniter?

What is wrong with using database tables with phpmyadmin or mysql? What are the benefits, if I'll use 'migration'?
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1k views

Can REST API be used as business layer?

I am using PHP Codeigniter MVC design pattern and I had this project with some sort of specific business processes In my application I will be dealing with 2 existing REST APIs: Google Trello ...
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1answer
685 views

How to achieve N-Tier type in Codeigniter MVC [closed]

I know that N-Tier intended to separate layers on different network but I would like to have the same code separation in codeigniter I got this idea to have Model : for database CRUD - > Data layer ...
3
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2answers
1k views

Codeigniter/MVC workflow

Bit of a workflow question. I'm just staring with MVC and wondered how other people usually work in MVC? The 2 options I see is to code the model and controller completely first and then work on the ...
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285 views

Codeigniter modular separation with Phing

I am thinking of managing a product source I am doing using Codeigniter + HMVC. Right now my folder structure is something like this: application |-modules |-module1 | |--controllers ...
2
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0answers
755 views

codeigniter pagination - how to have multiple sets of pagination links on one view

Problem I don't know how to create two sets of pagination links one view. Background Information I have a situation where I have parent / child tables that I have to display on the same view - ...
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1answer
7k views

PHP Framework for RESTful Web Service

I have been going round in circles with this question for days - which is the best PHP framework to use to create a RESTful Web service? I've trawled the web for info and have come across three main ...
3
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1answer
650 views

How can I profile database queries from PHP?

CodeIgniter has a very nice feature called a Profiler, which displays information at the foot of a page, information such as GET, Memory, POST data. It also shows database queries and how long they ...
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1answer
97 views

Fitting an established site into a CI framework

I manage a rather large, feature full nightmare of a site which has no end of feature creep settings/options/etc. Up to now its been coded in a procedural/functional way and would like to move to an ...
6
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1answer
4k views

How to Properly Make use of Codeigniter's HMVC

I have been having problems wrapping my brain around how to properly utilize the modular extension for Codeigniter. From what I understand, modules should be entirely independent of one another so I ...
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2answers
3k views

What is the correct way to implement Auth/ACL in MVC?

I am looking into making a correctly laid out MVC Auth/ACL system. I think I want the authentication of a user (and the session handling) to be separate from the ACL system. (I don't know why but this ...
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1answer
4k views

CodeIgniter routing helping

Can you explain these two lines of code in applications/config/routes.php file in the CodeIgniter framework? $route['default_controller'] = 'pages/view'; $route['(:any)'] = 'pages/view/$1';
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1answer
300 views

Using frameworks or writing code without any framework ? Which is better for 3 months aged PHP programmer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When do I need to use a framework? When should I start learning a PHP Framework I started to learn PHP about four months ago, and I have been writing some applications ...
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2answers
900 views

Controllers in CodeIgniter

I little bit new to the CodeIgniter framework and this is my first project with this framework. During a chat on StackOverflow somebody said that we need to make controllers tiny as possible. ...
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1answer
915 views

Is there a scalable multi-site strategy with codeigniter?

I've been looking for a efficient and secure way of enabling multi-site capabilities to codeigniter for a while. These two(one & two) articles I found pretty interesting, but they don't seem to ...
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8answers
1k views

If you were to build an app like Craigslist, would use an off-the-shelf framework or write your own?

Title is the question. And why I am asking is because from what I read about most PHP frameworks (e.g. Code Igniter, Kohana, Cake, Zend) is that they're ether too complex, or are designed mostly for ...