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ANM_CI – CodeIgniter Integration Library

March 28th, 2009

CodeIgniter _remap method – Power and Benefits

March 9th, 2009

If you are using Codeigniter (CI) then you will happy to know that, CI has a built in method named _remap which allows you to overwrite the behavior of calling your controller methods over URI. Usually the second segment of the URI determines which function in the controller gets called.

Now think about the following factors:

  • You want

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How to remove index.php from Codeigniter URL

March 3rd, 2009

If you are using Codeigniter you are noticed that by default index.php will be included with your URL.

But you can easily remove index.php from your CodeIgniter’s URL so that your URL should be like:http://anmsaiful.net/blog/contact

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To do this just follows the following steps:

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    Optimize your PHP Code – Tips, Tricks and Techniques

    October 24th, 2008
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    1. If a method can be static, declare it static. Speed improvement is by a factor of 4
    2. echo is better than print
      [sourcecode language='php']
      echo( ‘CHECKMATE: PLAY with PROBLEMS’ );
      // is better than
      print( ‘CHECKMATE: PLAY with PROBLEMS’ );
      [/sourcecode]
    3. Use echo’s multiple parameters instead of string concatenation
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