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What is your favorite CI4-related learning resource?
#1

I'd like to highlight some learning resources in upcoming blog posts after the first of the year. What are some of your favorite resources you've used to build sites with CI4?

These could be books, magazine articles, YouTube series, Udemy courses, a blog, etc. More than just a link, what is it about that resource that helped you out the most, or that you think it does better than many of the other resources?

Looking forward to seeing what's out there!
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#2

One off the best cources is on Udemy from Dave Hollingworth named "CodeIgniter 4: Build a Complete Web Application from Scratch
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(12-20-2021, 12:44 PM)kilishan Wrote: I'd like to highlight some learning resources in upcoming blog posts after the first of the year. What are some of your favorite resources you've used to build sites with CI4?

These could be books, magazine articles, YouTube series, Udemy courses, a blog, etc. More than just a link, what is it about that resource that helped you out the most, or that you think it does better than many of the other resources?

Looking forward to seeing what's out there!

I gain my CI skill from YouTube and Forum likes CI-forum, StackOverflow, etc.
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#4

(This post was last modified: 12-20-2021, 10:22 PM by manager.)

The number one source is of course source code of the CI. When you look into the source, you can understand how it's works and what's going on 'behind the scene'. 
Second source is GitHub sources where you can find modules for CI (like MythAuth, Bonfire, CI shield ... ) and learn 'how they do what they did'.
And i like to read the Laravel framework docs. It's useful to see what's not CI have out of the box and if you need one you can look how Laravel did this  and think about your own implementation of this in CI. For example queue system.
On YouTube there is not more channels to watch for, i prefer IgnitedCode and Irebe Library channels.
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#5

one of the guys on this forum include beer has done a blog , i found useful : https://includebeer.com/en/blog
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#6

I find Lonnies and includebeer sites very helpfull.
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

Joined CodeIgniter Community 2009.  ( Skype: insitfx )
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#7

I feel there is a credibility problem with https://learncodeigniter.net/ web site.

if those involved with direction and development have a thin skin, then don't ask me what that credibility is; but from a none coding but marketing and leadership direction I feel I have a valid comment, for those that ask
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#8

php.net + https://github.com/codeigniter4/CodeIgniter4  Big Grin
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#9

Lonnie Ezell - Codeigniter4 Foundations

I am developing apps with CI for a very long time. Used CI, CI2 and CI3. Then I edited my CI3 with kenjis libraries, added .env support and many more. At one point I switched to Symfony 4 & 5 (never fond of with Laravel), as using an outdated framework made me unhappy. Then CI4 for comes and I immediately purchase https://leanpub.com/codeigniter4foundations which made me switched back to CI with v4. Still using some Symfony components with CI4. I think developing with CI4 is lean and straightforward. I love it.
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#10

(12-20-2021, 02:35 PM)snelledre Wrote: One off the best cources is on Udemy from Dave Hollingworth named "CodeIgniter 4: Build a Complete Web Application from Scratch
" .

I also solved this cource. And I use it as a skelleton for my projects...
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