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CodeIgniter Lab
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CodeIgniter Lab

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  • 1. LeoNguyen.com
  • 2. Outline - References (http://bit.ly/1fofKSV) - Lab 01: Introduction CodeIgniter 2.1.3 - Lab 02: HMVC - Lab 03: Grocery CRUD 1.3.3 - Lab 04: Eden Library 3.1 - Lab 05: Doctrine 2
  • 3. Github https://github.com/leonguyen/CILab
  • 4. Lab 01 Introduction to CodeIgniter
  • 5. Outline - Download and config CI - Write a Hello world program
  • 6. Exercise 1 Download and config CI
  • 7. CodeIgniter
  • 8. Task 1 - Download CI - Goto CI download site http://ellislab.com/codeigniter/user- guide/installation/downloads.html
  • 9. Task 2 - Unzip CI - Unzip CI zip file.
  • 10. Task 3 - Download & install Sublime Text - Goto Sublime Text download site http://www.sublimetext.com
  • 11. Task 4 - Config autoload.php - Enter code: https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/5315988
  • 12. Task 5 - Config config.php - Enter code: https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/5315997
  • 13. Task 6 - Config database.php - Enter code: https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/5316010
  • 14. Task 7 - Run CI - Enter the url http://localhost/cilab/ on the browser.
  • 15. Task 8 - Userguide CI - Enter the url http://localhost/cilab/user_guide/ on the browser.
  • 16. Exercise 2 Write a Hello world program
  • 17. Task 1 - Create Helloworld controller - Copy Welcome controller, enter the following code then goto http: //localhost/cilab/index.php/helloworld
  • 18. Task 2 - Create .htaccess - Create .htaccess in root source files then enter the following code: https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/5251416
  • 19. Task 3 - Config config.php - Remove 'index.php' of 'index_page'. - Enter 'QUERY_STRING' of 'uri_protocol'.
  • 20. Task 4 - Run again - Goto http://localhost/cilab/helloworld.
  • 21. Lab 02 HMVC (Hierarchical Model View Controller)
  • 22. HMVC
  • 23. HMVC (cont) - Modularization: Reduction of dependencies between the disparate parts of the application. - Organization: Having a folder for each of the relevant triads makes for a lighter work load. - Reusability: By nature of the design it is easy to reuse nearly every piece of code. - Extendibility: Makes the application more extensible without sacrificing ease of maintenance.
  • 24. Outline - Download and config HMVC modular. - Create sample 'Foo' modules.
  • 25. Exercise 1 Download and config HMVC modular
  • 26. Task 1: Download HMVC Modular - Goto https://bitbucket.org/wiredesignz and download "codeigniter- modular-extensions-hmvc"
  • 27. Task 2: Copy 'MX' third_party - Copy 'MX' folder to 'third_party' folder of CI.
  • 28. Task 3: Copy to 'application/core' - Copy 'MY_Loader.php' and 'MY_Router.php' to 'application/core'.
  • 29. Exercise 2 Create sample 'Foo' modules
  • 30. Task 1: Create 'modules' folder - Create 'modules' folder in 'application' and 'Foo' modules.
  • 31. Task 2: Create 'Foo' controller - Create 'Foo' controller extends 'MX_Controller': https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/5326355
  • 32. Task 3: Create 'Foo' controller - Create 'Foo' controller extends 'MX_Controller'.
  • 33. Lab 03 Grocery CRUD
  • 34. Intro - Grocery CRUD is a library that makes a developer's life easier. Just few lines of code and you can create a full stable CRUD with nice views. A totally automatic system that even a newbie in PHP can work with.
  • 35. Task 1: Download - Go to www.grocerycrud.com
  • 36. Task 2: Installation - Unzip 'grocery_CRUD.zip' and copy all files to your CI project.
  • 37. Task 3: Installation - MySQL - Import 'examples_database.sql' to your project mysql.
  • 38. Task 4: Run - Enter the url http://localhost/CILab/examples/ on the browser.
  • 39. Lab 04 Eden Library
  • 40. Intro - Eden is a PHP library designed for rapid prototyping, with less code. Yes, Really. - Eden simply a set of reusable components, that works with any PHP framework and CMS. Eden makes code logical and readable with dead simple syntax.
  • 41. Task 1: Download - Go to www.eden-php.com
  • 42. Task 2: Installation - Unzip 'eden.zip' and copy all files to 'libraries' folder of your CI project.
  • 43. Task 3: Create example controller - Create 'edenhellow.php' controller and enter code: https://gist.github. com/leonguyen/5915315
  • 44. Task 4: Run - Enter the url http://localhost/CILab/edenhello/ on the browser. Note: You have access to a server with at least PHP 5.3.x
  • 45. Lab 05 Doctrine 2
  • 46. Intro - Doctrine is a very powerful ORM in php and it is possible to easily integrate and use doctrine with codeigniter as ORM
  • 47. Task 1: Download - Go to github.com/doctrine and download + ORM: github.com/doctrine/doctrine2 + Common: github.com/doctrine/common + DBAL: github.com/doctrine/dbal and Cache, Annotations, Lexer
  • 48. Task 2: Create Doctrine folder - Create ‘Doctrine’ folder into ‘application/libraries’ and put its files.
  • 49. Task 3: Create Doctrine bootstrap - Create ‘Doctrine.php’ into ‘application/libraries’ folder. - Enter code: https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/6696118
  • 50. Task 4: Load Doctrine - Modify the ‘autoload.php’
  • 51. Task 5: Create YAML mapping files - Enter code: https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/6701457 https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/6701498
  • 52. Task 6: Command Line Tool - Create ‘doctrine-cli.php’ into ‘application’ folder. - Enter code: https://gist.github.com/leonguyen/6700705
  • 53. Task 7: Setup Entities, Proxies, and DB Schema - List of commands: php doctrine-cli.php (See: youtu.be/yFH5JcH-RtM) - Entity classes: php doctrine-cli.php orm:generate-entities models (See: youtu.be/nEMfBno40vE) - Proxy classes: php doctrine-cli.php orm:generate-proxies (See: youtu.be/v4J_cI5CJe0) - Drop tables: php doctrine-cli.php orm:schema-tool:drop --force (See: youtu.be/lhGWsFmCeoc) - Create tables: php doctrine-cli.php orm:schema-tool:create (See: youtu.be/MhLAi4f_mg4)

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