CodeIgniter View Essentials: Codeigniter Tutorial

A CodeIgniter View is simply a web page, or a portion of a web page, like a header, footer etc. CodeIgniter Views are actually used to represent the data or information visually. The CodeIgniter controller get the data from model and then pass it to the view and the view shows the data with respect to the instructions it was given to represent the data. In this tutorial we learn about CodeIgniter View.

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CodeIgniter Controller Essentials: Codeigniter Tutorial

CodeIgniter Controller is simply a PHP class file which is named in a way that can be associated with a URI. Every CodeIgniter controller must be saved inside the folder application/controllersHere the application dirctory is the default directory for the  $application_folder , if you have changed it to something else then your controllers will be put inside that directory’s controller folder. In this tutorial the default is the same which is application directory.

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Basic Linux commands every administrator should know

People who are new to Linux find Linux commands very difficult.  Even though the user friendly Linux distribution like Ubuntu, CentOS emerged, Linux commands remain the tough guy that always have bnen. But in real Linux commands are not so critical. All you need is to get used to these commands, start administrating and keep practicing.

In this post you will learn some basic Linux commands which will help you to get introduced with the Linux terminal.

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Play framework Overview: MVC Framework for Scala and Java

Play Framework is a model–view–controller (MVC) web application framework, written in Scala and Java. Play was created by software developer Guillaume Bort, while working at Zenexity. Although the early releases are no longer available online, there is evidence of Play existing as far back as May 2007.

Play Framework makes it easy to build web applications with both Java & Scala.  Play Framework is Built on Akka, Play provides predictable and minimal resource consumption (CPU, memory, threads) for highly-scalable applications.

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