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Suggestion for Good Startup in CodeIgniter

#1
I just completed my PHP Development Training and  in there learned few things about CodeIgniter. So, i searched  and go through different videos and pages about CodeIgniter. Few weeks after i  learned some points and tried some simple projects on my own. But still i found i haven't got good vibe to startup to code professionally. So, please help me by suggesting some good points and tips for better startup  to catch up for good coding in CodeIgniter.
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#2
Start with something small, then build on it.

The CodeIgniter User Guide is a good starting place for the tutorials.
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

Joined CodeIgniter Community 2009.  ( Skype: insitfx )
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#3
(02-18-2016, 10:23 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: Start with something small, then build on it.

The CodeIgniter User Guide is a good starting place for the tutorials.

i'm no tottally agree for new bie user guide hard to learn lah
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#4
The more you use it, the more you will be comfortable, so just pick a website and try to copy some of the functionality. Think about it, and you will see that many websites have common features, so make them:

- User registration and/or account creation
- User management by administrator.
- User self management of profile/account.
- User login and logout
- Contact page with contact form
- Email queue and history log

Once you have this done, you can use it as a base for many websites. It is very common to need to know how to process credit card transactions for purchases, so you might try such a thing using a payment gateway you are familiar with.
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#5
Just practice it everyday.
And read the documentation.
And write baby projects as mentioned by skunkbad.
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