First of all, CodeIgniter is easy to master for any programmer who’s been working with PHP. An exceptionally good documentation (books, tutorials, Q&As) helps its users to learn the essentials of this framework fairly quickly. Another thing that adds to quick learning and ease of use is that CodeIgniter comes with some libraries, making it a good out of a box option right from the beginning. As one of the oldest frameworks in PHP, CodeIgniter has a quite strong community that expands the opportunities to access even more libraries.
What about the speed? Again, there’s little competition to CodeIgniter in this department as well. In this case, ‘fast’ means fast performance and fast development when building with CodeIgniter. The source code for it is close to 2MB, so it’s easy to master and to deploy or update it.
This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge of CodeIgniter and Bootstrap. Here, you’ll learn further and move on with more advanced concepts.
In this CodeIgniter tutorial, you’ll also learn to add an admin panel dashboard to use for managing your site. You’ll gain an important skill in integrating third party templates with your system. All of them will be managed from a single admin panel.
It’s important to understand how CRUD operation works, as well as the ability to build the login and signup system. You’ll definitely need those in your e-commerce project. Your project will be created in CodeIgniter, also using Bootstrap 3 or 4. It will be your unique e-commerce system where you’ll be able to decide on what you want it to contain.
I’ve been working as a full-time developer for more than 7 years in many firms, and I know how important it is to be able to build your own systems. For that, you need knowledge and practice, so this course is intended for you to get enough theory, and then the ability to create your own e-commerce project. I’ll be glad to assist you with detailed explanations and tips on each topic. Start today!