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From where to start CI ? - ethan9099 - 07-13-2017

Blush  starting this thread for all beginners like me. all the pro can suggest and guide the noobs from where to start and how to learn CI from the beginning to Pro level.  
i have learned some PHP. but now i want to start with any one framework and as i heard, CI is the best way to start.


RE: From where to start CI ? - skunkbad - 07-13-2017

Read the user guide. Read the whole thing. By doing that, you won't have to come here and ask questions that you should already know the answers to. That's the best start for you.


RE: From where to start CI ? - InsiteFX - 07-13-2017

As @skunkbad has said read the whole CodeIgniter Users Guide and pay attention to the tutorials in it.


RE: From where to start CI ? - Kaosweaver - 07-18-2017

Third that, the user manual is one of the best I'd seen when I first found it, tons of answers to questions before you even ask them.


RE: From where to start CI ? - Paradinight - 07-18-2017

(07-18-2017, 11:11 AM)Kaosweaver Wrote: Third that, the user manual is one of the best I'd seen when I first found it, tons of answers to questions before you even ask them.

some people are too lazy to read the documentation.


RE: From where to start CI ? - donpwinston - 07-18-2017

(07-13-2017, 03:54 AM)ethan9099 Wrote: Blush  starting this thread for all beginners like me. all the pro can suggest and guide the noobs from where to start and how to learn CI from the beginning to Pro level.  
i have learned some PHP. but now i want to start with any one framework and as i heard, CI is the best way to start.

Read the manual, then try to write a small crud app.