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What CI4-related book would you like? - kilishan - 10-15-2021

Since I'm finishing up CodeIgniter 4 Foundations in the next week or so, I'm curious if there's other topics that you would like to see addressed in book format?

I've been thinking maybe building out an API? Or a loose collection of "next steps" or more advanced CI topics, now that the foundations are in place. Not sure what those would be just yet so if that's what you'd like to see feel free to leave ideas.

Thanks for your input!


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - InsiteFX - 10-16-2021

@kilishan ,

I would like to see an API and more advanced CodeIgniter.


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - Halim - 10-16-2021

Yes please, if possible an API will be great, that cover maybe JWT,  only allow some IP addresses, allow  only like x requests per day... stuff like that


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - sr13579 - 10-16-2021

HMVC all in one
Tips and tricks.


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - lokman - 10-17-2021

I would like to request to have oracle driver support (Latest version for oracle like 19c). I ain't sure it's already there or not.

It would be great to have auth library with RBAC (Role Based Access Control) management. 

Thanks


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - atsanna - 10-18-2021

I too would like a book on the advanced features of CodeIgniter 4.

Granted that any topic will still be appreciated, these are some topics I'd like to see covered.

What are the best practices for creating an API for CRUD and search operations, perhaps protected by tokens linked to the user's account and the permissions assigned to it?

Also the creation of modules for CodeIgniter 4 manageable with RBAC (Role Based Access Control) is in my opinion an interesting topic.
I don't ask for the step-by-step procedure, but a guideline in this regard would allow the community to create independent and integrable elements regardless of the login system used.
For instance:
Is it better that each module has a configuration file where to write the permissions, or is it better a table in which to save all the settings?
If you save these settings in the database, is it better to have one table for all modules or one for each module?
How to manage dependencies with other modules?


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - Avega Soft - 10-18-2021

Hi @kilishan , great news! I am really looking forward to the completion of your book. Here are some topics I'd like to see:
  • Creating a service API with RBAC and CRUD functionality
  • Examples of best practices secure code 
  • Life hacks and Quick code Writing tips



RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - atifriazmughal - 10-20-2021

@Halim I was also thinking about. Thanks
Yes please, if possible an API will be great, that cover maybe JWT, only allow some IP addresses, allow only like x requests per day... stuff like that


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - kenjis - 10-20-2021

(10-17-2021, 07:53 PM)lokman Wrote: I would like to request to have oracle driver support (Latest version for oracle like 19c). I ain't sure it's already there or not.

Check out and test this PR: https://github.com/codeigniter4/CodeIgniter4/pull/2487


RE: What CI4-related book would you like? - Kenneth Kipchumba - 10-25-2021

I don't know if it should be a book or a documentation for MythAuth would be highly appreciated.

How to implement a queue as Laravel does https://laravel.com/docs/8.x/queues.

Also how to integrate a search with third parties like https://www.meilisearch.com/ or Algolia