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RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - Kiranrs - 12-29-2020

Does this book contains inner/core working concepts , like what's happening inside system folder when you load a function in a controller or model etc.


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - captain-sensible - 12-30-2020

thats fine i don't want to add to any pressure and happy to wait


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - Avega Soft - 12-30-2020

(12-29-2020, 09:48 PM)kilishan Wrote: Hey all - I apologize. The last 3 months or so my day job has had me working days, nights and many weekends trying to get a project launched so I am behind on a few different things. One of them being the book. To be honest, that left damn near burnt out, but the Christmas break is doing good things for that. Once it's over I'll dive back into the book and start cranking out chapters as fast as I can.

We understand your situation and are willing to wait a little longer. It's going to be a very cool book.


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - php_rocs - 12-30-2020

(12-29-2020, 09:48 PM)kilishan Wrote: Hey all - I apologize. The last 3 months or so my day job has had me working days, nights and many weekends trying to get a project launched so I am behind on a few different things. One of them being the book. To be honest, that left damn near burnt out, but the Christmas break is doing good things for that. Once it's over I'll dive back into the book and start cranking out chapters as fast as I can.

@kilishan,

Thanks for letting us know (that your swamped right now).  Take your time.  We understand how it can be.  We will still be here when you are ready to dive back in.


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - boddah85 - 01-23-2021

any news about next realase ? Cant wait ;-)


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - kilishan - 02-15-2021

Thank you all so much for your kind words and understanding! I come back this time with some good news:

After a long delay - here's your next chapter! This time we build out a simple CRUD area for the blog posts from the previous chapter, focusing on the testing tools that CodeIgniter provides and how they can help you keep your application running smoothly.

I wanted to take a moment and apologize for the time it's taken to get this latest chapter out. It was MUCH longer than I every dreamed it would be. The project I was working on for the day job took on a life of it's own and kept me working overtime for several months as we pushed to release a final product on time as the client kept demanding more from it. We've all been there, I'm sure.

That project is now launched and manageable once again, and I'm trying to get caught up on everything. The remaining few chapters won't take nearly so long to get to you, I promise!


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - Avega Soft - 02-15-2021

(02-15-2021, 09:45 PM)kilishan Wrote: Thank you all so much for your kind words and understanding! I come back this time with some good news:

After a long delay - here's your next chapter! This time we build out a simple CRUD area for the blog posts from the previous chapter, focusing on the testing tools that CodeIgniter provides and how they can help you keep your application running smoothly.

I wanted to take a moment and apologize for the time it's taken to get this latest chapter out. It was MUCH longer than I every dreamed it would be. The project I was working on for the day job took on a life of it's own and kept me working overtime for several months as we pushed to release a final product on time as the client kept demanding more from it. We've all been there, I'm sure.

That project is now launched and manageable once again, and I'm trying to get caught up on everything. The remaining few chapters won't take nearly so long to get to you, I promise!

Awesome news!!! Big thanks @kilishan  !!!


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - jasonzig - 02-15-2021

(02-15-2021, 09:45 PM)kilishan Wrote: Thank you all so much for your kind words and understanding! I come back this time with some good news:

After a long delay - here's your next chapter! This time we build out a simple CRUD area for the blog posts from the previous chapter, focusing on the testing tools that CodeIgniter provides and how they can help you keep your application running smoothly.

I wanted to take a moment and apologize for the time it's taken to get this latest chapter out. It was MUCH longer than I every dreamed it would be. The project I was working on for the day job took on a life of it's own and kept me working overtime for several months as we pushed to release a final product on time as the client kept demanding more from it. We've all been there, I'm sure.

That project is now launched and manageable once again, and I'm trying to get caught up on everything. The remaining few chapters won't take nearly so long to get to you, I promise!

Keep on keeping-on, Lonnie...

Doing our best work for customers is one of the most important measures for all of us professionals.

Thanks for the new chapter!


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - InsiteFX - 02-16-2021

Thank you @kilishan.


RE: Book: CodeIgniter 4 Foundations - kilishan - 03-10-2021

Time for a new chapter! This time around we look outside of our own applications - and grab cute cat images from the CatApi. Doing this allows us to explore both making cURL requests with the built-in CurlRequest class, and using the cache layer so we don't get throttled and banned in the process.