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Codeigniter is a powerful open source web application framework for use in building full-featured dynamic web sites with PHP. Codeigniter is loosely based on the popular Model-View-Controller development framework. Codeigniter is faster when compared to other PHP frameworks.

We train you by experienced Codeigniter professionals on the particular platform, so that you get the proper guidance and training on Codeigniter. Codeigniter training process is based on modules.

Codeigniter Course Curriculum

  • PHP OOPS Concept
  • PHP OOPS Class
  • PHP OOPS Object and Class
  • PHP OOPS Access specifiers ( Private , protected and public members)
  • PHP OOPS Types of members and scope of members
  • PHP OOPS constructor and destructor
  • PHP OOPS encapsulation
  • PHP OOPS $this inbuilt object of class
  • PHP OOPS parent , this , static , final , abstract ,new keywords with example
  • PHP OOPS inheritance , multilevel inheritance
  • PHP OOPS function overloading and function overriding
  • PHP OOPS scope resolution operator (::)
  • PHP OOPS based MVC Architecture
  • Advantage of MVC Architecture over basic programming structure
  • Programming and time efficiency over normal programming method
  • Difference Between Module , view and controller
  • How Module , view and cotroller work together
  • Business logic , application logic and layout presentation with the help of MVC architecture
  • CodeIgniter Framework download and installation
  • CodeIgniter Folder structure
  • CodeIgniter User Guide
  • CodeIgniter System folder to understand inbuilt libraries and helpers
  • CodeIgniter Application folder to understand model view and controller structure
  • Code Igniter URLs and usage in project
  • CodeIgniter URL structure with controller , function and parameter
  • CodeIgniter Controllers
  • Create your first controller and access with autoload concept
  • CodeIgniter Reserved keywords and Names
  • CodeIgniter Views
  • Create your first view and access with controller
  • CodeIgniter Models
  • Create your first model and access with controller
  • CodeIgniter inbuilt Helpers and User Defined Helpers
  • Create Your own defined Helpers in application folder
  • CodeIgniter inbuilt Libraries and User Defined Libraries
  • Create Your own defined libraries in application folder
  • Usage of CI_Model and CI_Controller from Core controller in system folder
  • CodeIgniter base_url() function to access codeigniter folder structure
  • CodeIgniter inbuilt constants like APPPATH , BASEPATH to access folder structure
  • post and get method concept in CodeIgniter
  • Use of post() and get() using inbuilt object input
  • CodeIgniter Drivers
  • CodeIgniter Creating Your Own Drivers
  • CodeIgniter URI Routing
  • CodeIgniter Alternative PHP Syntax
  • CodeIgniter Auto-loading Resources
  • CodeIgniter Common Functions
  • CodeIgniter Caching
  • CodeIgniter Error Handling
  • Creating Shopping Cart Application with CodeIgniter
  • Shopping Cart ( Online E-Commerce ) with Code Igniter and Paypal payment Gateway
  • CodeIgniter Shopping Cart with database design and database normalization
  • Creating and Sending Parameters Between Controller and View in CodeIgniter
  • Getting Parameters From GET and POST method
  • Setting Database Configuration in CodeIgniter
  • CodeIgniter database.php with mysqli class and using persistence connect concept
  • Preparing Database
  • Showing Simple All Data
  • Showing Simple One Data
  • Choosing a Data From GET
  • Learn CodeIgniter Framework Form
  • Creating Skeleton
  • File Structure
  • Creating Layout Code
  • Creating Menu Library
  • Putting Text at Header and Footer
  • Centralizing $data
  • Adding CSS , jquery and javascript
  • Creating Form HTML
  • Creating Beautiful Form Code
  • CodeIgniter HTML Style
  • Preparing Table at Database
  • Creating Insert Data
  • Creating List Data Use Table Library
  • Creating Table List Without Table Library
  • Using URL Helper
  • Showing Single Data for Form Edit
  • Something Happen With Form Parameters
  • Updating Data
  • Deleting Data
  • CodeIgniter Active Record Class for insert , delete , update and select queries
  • CodeIgniter Active Record Class for Method Chaining-Deleting Data
  • CodeIgniter validation class for client side and server side validation
  • CodeIgniter with Jquery and ajax to process CRUD Operation
  • CodeIgniter with regular expression
  • CodeIgniter with inbuilt form validation concept
  • Entire CRUD (create , read , update and delete process with CodeIgniter and MVC architecture)
  • CodeIgniter Captcha image verification for registration process
  • CodeIgniter session class to maintain and use session concept
  • CodeIgniter with encryption key concept for session
  • CodeIgniter Email class for email system
  • CodeIgniter single File Upload and multiple file upload with upload class
  • CodeIgniter image cropping and resize concept with image manipulation class
  • Benchmarking Class
  • Calendar Class
  • Config Class
  • Email Class
  • Encryption Class
  • File Uploading Class
  • Form Validation Class
  • HTML Table Class
  • Image Manipulation Class
  • Input Class
  • Javascript Class
  • Loader Class
  • Output Class
  • Pagination Class
  • Security Class
  • Session Class
  • Template Parser Class
  • URI Class
  • Caching Class
  • Database Class
  • Javascript Class
  • Array Helper
  • CAPTCHA Helper
  • Date Helper
  • Directory Helper
  • Download Helper
  • Email Helper
  • File Helper
  • Form Helper
  • HTML Helper
  • Inflector Helper
  • Security Helper
  • String Helper
  • Text Helper
  • URL Helper
  • HTTP Request and Response Fundamentals
  • The XMLHttpRequest Object
  • XMLHttpRequest Methods
  • XMLHttpRequest Properties
  • Cross-Browser Usage
  • Sending a Request to the Server
  • Basic Ajax Example
  • Bringing in the Ajax: GET vs. POST
  • Passing Values
  • Client-Driven Communication, Server-Side Processing
  • Basic Examples
  • Expanding and Contracting Content
  • Auto-Complete
  • Form Validation
  • Tool Tips
  • About jQuery
  • How jQuery Works
  • jQuery: The Basics
  • Launching Code and Complete Examples
  • Using selectors and events
  • Selectors
  • Basics & Hierarchy
  • Basic, Content, Visibility, Attribute & Child Filters
  • Forms & Form Filters
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