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Starting with CodeIgniter setup: suggestions & best practices

#91
[eluser]FightingMan[/eluser]
Nice post... Thanks Smile

#92
[eluser]YoussefUSF[/eluser]
Thank You <3

#93
[eluser]osama[/eluser]
Wonderful Post Thank You !

#94
[eluser]Unknown[/eluser]
nice teach. Thank you.

#95
[eluser]orabines[/eluser]
Hey Jelmer .. Thank you very much for your help ... it was a really good way for me to start my experience with CI. I have been digging into it for 2 days now and I find it very interesting ... Im enjoying the state of confusion in which Im in now .. Great job and thank you again for the help

#96
[eluser]Unknown[/eluser]
This is really a good guide for just like me.. a beginner in codeIgniter, thanks

#97
[eluser]moonmoomin[/eluser]
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#98
[eluser]Unknown[/eluser]
Thanks

#99
[eluser]pisio[/eluser]
Code:
class data extends CI_Model{

public function __call($name, $arguments) {
$this->$name = $arguments;
}

public function __get($name) {
return $this->$name;
}

}

$this->data->pisio =  "  isnt it ? ";

print_r($this->data->pisio);
I think that will be good idea in new version of CI.
It will be more fast and clean code with mysql(active records ) relation and view.
And I think : Option to auto-load php interfaces will be too good idea.


when will the new version come out?

[eluser]Aken[/eluser]
CI's active record isn't an ORM. Setters and getters aren't helpful in its case. (Also, __call() is meant for methods, not properties.)

There's no set date for 3.0's release.


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