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Recommended tutorials - yhoiseth - 11-04-2014

I'm currently learning CodeIgniter. I use the official documentation tutorials, and I'm curious about others out there. @llebkered recommended Jeffrey Way's video tutorials CodeIgniter From Scratch.

They look good, but I prefer written tutorials – both because I have a slow and unstable Internet connection and because I find written tutorials easier to follow than video tutorials.

Which tutorials have you tried and recommend?


RE: Recommended tutorials - nickmoreton - 11-05-2014

A few here that I used

http://code.tutsplus.com/articles/30-awesome-codeigniter-tutorials-for-all-skill-levels--net-16915


RE: Recommended tutorials - Rufnex - 11-06-2014

http://tutsplus.com/tutorials/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&search[topic]=&search[terms]=CodeIgniter&button=
http://tutorialcodeigniter.com/
http://www.lynda.com/CodeIgniter-training-tutorials/1136-0.html


RE: Recommended tutorials - ella - 11-11-2014

Hello I'm newbie here'-'/


RE: Recommended tutorials - Chroma - 11-14-2014

Welcome Ella.


RE: Recommended tutorials - tapan.thapa - 11-15-2014

I would suggest to go step by step on CI docs. They are very well written and not require any other tutorial.

I started learning the same long time back and what ever is written there, it simply works.

You should have previous PHP experience. If yes then what ever written in DOCS against every library, just copy and pate and than try. It will surly work.

If unable to understand few or not working in intended way, just ping to this community.


RE: Recommended tutorials - atetree - 11-15-2014

(11-15-2014, 12:13 AM)tapan.thapa Wrote: I would suggest to go step by step on CI docs. They are very well written and not require any other tutorial.

I started learning the same long time back and what ever is written there,  Big Grin it simply works  Big Grin .

You should have previous PHP experience. If yes then what ever written in DOCS against every library, just copy and pate and than try. It will surly work.

If unable to understand few or not working in intended way, just ping to this community.

You do that, and CI will become a glass of water for you to drink Tongue


RE: Recommended tutorials - bastinhas - 11-15-2014

(11-05-2014, 02:34 PM)nickmoreton Wrote: A few here that I used

http://code.tutsplus.com/articles/30-awesome-codeigniter-tutorials-for-all-skill-levels--net-16915

I started using codeigniter with tuts from here also. Very simple videos, explaning each part of the framework you need to know to get you started...

After these, just google your doubts... Wink 


RE: Recommended tutorials - Avenirer - 12-05-2014

Hello,

Please allow me to present you a series of tutorials I've wrote: http://avenir.ro/codeigniter-tutorials/

I sure hope you will enjoy them, and maybe propose changes or new episodes.


RE: Recommended tutorials - no1 - 12-08-2014

in spanish the best tutorial

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSkgknIuMNrqrchxGLG9Rzs4mfDJWUMR6

and the comunity of cesarcancino.com