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    Thread: How do I replace front-end views with JSONs in Codeigniter 3?
Post: RE: How do I replace front-end views with JSONs in...

Something to consider if you end up using Vue - another alternative is to create the basic template of the page using a Codeigniter view - and then in Vue use Axios to call the resources that you need...
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08-23-2019, 01:42 PM
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    Thread: CodeIgniter 4 installation shall not require composer
Post: RE: CodeIgniter 4 installation shall not require c...

hey Balenus I appreciate you posting this - just to hear your initial experience on picking up CI 3 because it did not require composer. whats so funny - not - is that because CI 3 doesn't require c...
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12-10-2018, 02:50 PM
cartalot
    Thread: I apologize, but Community Auth support must be put on hold.
Post: RE: I apologize, but Community Auth support must b...

And thank you for all your contributions to this forum.
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11-29-2018, 02:21 PM
cartalot
    Thread: recommend an IDE?
Post: RE: recommend an IDE?

i use phpstorm - but i know alot of devs who are using vs code https://code.visualstudio.com
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10-03-2018, 02:23 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Road to 4.0.0
Post: RE: Road to 4.0.0

good time to check in to the codeigniter board :-) this is so awesome!!!! and i know it's still early days - but what is the performance difference between CI 3 and CI 4?
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09-13-2018, 02:53 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Is React/Angular/Vue the new Rails?
Post: RE: Is React/Angular/Vue the new Rails?

One angle on this - if you are making a compelling App with Vue - to do anything really interesting you will be talking to an API (using Axios). Those back-end database tasks - can be done very effi...
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08-23-2018, 12:59 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Is React/Angular/Vue the new Rails?
Post: RE: Is React/Angular/Vue the new Rails?

Vue used to be about the 86k library that it started out with. Now its about the Vue "ecosystem" which of course includes conferences all around the world. Its almost impossible now to find tutorials ...
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08-22-2018, 12:57 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Is calling models from other models bad practice?
Post: RE: Is calling models from other models bad practi...

another way to think about this - you aren't just getting a 'product' from a database. you are putting together a bunch of different elements in order to display the product on your web page. so anoth...
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06-20-2018, 01:34 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Forms (show and process) on the same controller or on different ones?
Post: RE: Forms (show and process) on the same controlle...

One Controller - Different Methods. Name the methods really clearly so you understand what is going on. Like showNewRegisterForm() shows a form that has not been filled in yet. validateSubmittedRegist...
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05-03-2018, 04:27 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Looking for hoster. Any pos/neg feedback re: BlueHost
Post: RE: Looking for hoster. Any pos/neg feedback re: B...

I would push back a little bit on getting a VPS - if its fully managed fine. Otherwise there can be huge security implications to running a VPS yourself. Highly recommend checking out the Fort Rabbit ...
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05-03-2018, 04:01 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Best 2017 CI 3 Tutorials for Newbie?
Post: RE: Best 2017 CI 3 Tutorials for Newbie?

after you have done the basic codeigniter 3 tutorials take a look at these free tutorial videos - they are old, its covering codeigniter 2 but they are still some of the best codeigniter tutorials,...
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08-11-2017, 12:14 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Reporting Tools On CodeIgniter
Post: RE: Reporting Tools On CodeIgniter

Of course when you are starting out looking for tools and libraries you will look for things written in Codeigniter. And thats always a good place to start. But otherwise you can use ANY library that ...
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07-05-2017, 12:53 PM
cartalot
    Thread: CodeIgniter Form Validation for a Name
Post: RE: CodeIgniter Form Validation for a Name

If you are parsing a lot of names its useful to look at some libraries for ideas. I've used this one: https://github.com/joshfraser/PHP-Name-Parser
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07-01-2017, 08:59 AM
cartalot
    Thread: Atom / VSC - code completion
Post: RE: Atom / VSC - code completion

side note - take a look at phpstorm - amazing IDE and codeigniter code completion is pretty easy to add with an autocomplete.php file in your application/config folder https://www.jetbrains.com/php...
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05-04-2017, 01:39 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Ecommerce website in CI
Post: RE: Ecommerce website in CI

calcio Wrote: (04-27-2017, 12:51 PM) -- I did not say CI is not for big projects -- From your webpage that is linked in your footer: Quote: -- Even CI (CodeIgniter) being a good framewok it is o...
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04-27-2017, 01:20 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Ecommerce website in CI
Post: RE: Ecommerce website in CI

Codeigniter is an excellent platform for building e-commerce applications. Speed and efficiency of the framework on the server makes a HUGE difference in e-commerce. Framework benchmark results matter...
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04-27-2017, 09:33 AM
cartalot
    Thread: Are there any CodeIgniter developers for hire?
Post: RE: Are there any CodeIgniter developers for hire?

hint - make sure you have enabled PM in your forum account.
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04-25-2017, 05:09 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Recent PHP 7 Framework Benchmark Comparisons
Post: RE: Recent PHP 7 Framework Benchmark Comparisons

so I went looking and the author of the original article I posted - did an update in jan for php 7.1 https://medium.com/@asked_io/php-mvc-framework-showdown-7-1-performance-2da52ac9fcba this is a...
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04-09-2017, 12:29 PM
cartalot
    Thread: Payment Processing - Credit Cards - Any Libraries available?
Post: RE: Payment Processing - Credit Cards - Any Librar...

authorize.net has been around for a very long time and works very well. typically a merchant is partnering with another provider which can also affect the final rates and charges. but in any case it w...
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03-31-2017, 01:14 PM
cartalot
    Thread: How to DRY when building back and front-ends?
Post: RE: How to DRY when building back and front-ends?

one reason they might be doing it that way - is to have separate environments. so yes its starting out the same, but the idea is that there will be - for example - different jquery scripts for backend...
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03-31-2017, 01:01 PM
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