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Agavi
Agile Toolkit
Akelos
Adventure PHP Framework
Banshee
Breeze
Caffeine
CakePHP
CodeIgniter
DynaPort Lite X
DynaPort X
EasyPhpApp
Elefant
Emergence
eZ Components
Fat-Free Framework (F3)
FlexiReed
Flourish
FLOW3
flufPHP
Frostbite Framework
FuelPHP
Fusebox
Hoa
Horde
Ivy Connect
Joomla Platform
Kata
KissMVC
Kohana
Laravel
lexa-tools
Limonade
Lion
Lithium
mocovi / dresscode
Nette
PhalconPHP
Nibble PHP Framework
Openbiz Cubi
Opendelight (Ash.MVC)
Packfire Framework
phpcodebooster
PHPDevShell
PHPixie
phpMF
PHP Work (QPHP)
phpwt
phraw
phunction
PRADO
PSX Framework
QCubed
Recess
Scorpio Framework for PHP
Seagull
SilverStripe
Solar PHP
Spawn Framework
Sukoshi
Swiftlet
Symfony
Symfony2
Tekuna
Thin PHP Framework
Tiny MVC
tinyPHP
Turbo PHP
WACT
Yii
Zend Framework
Zend Framework 2

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codeigniter

Info codeigniter
titleCodeIgniter
descriptionwidespread, small footprint but encompassing features , good documentation
urlhttp://codeigniter.com/
licenseApache/BSD-style custom license
version2.1.6 information here still based on 1.7
release
size4600
languagePHP
documentation☆☆☆☆
maturitystable
developmentclosed
teamteam
typemvc
Coding style codeigniter
coding.paradigmobject-structured
coding.namesc_style
coding.autoloader
coding.debugE_STRICT
abstraction.level
coding.unit_tests
Shiny tickoff boxes codeigniter
modules.mvc
modules.db
modules.orm
modules.crud
modules.multidb
modules.filedb
modules.auth
modules.cache
modules.validate
modules.filter
modules.i18n
modules.session
modules.log
modules.sandbox
modules.benchmark
modules.form
modules.ajax
modules.edp
modules.plugins
modules.dist
modules.cli
modules.scaffolding
modules.rest
Compatibility codeigniter
compatible.phpphp5.1/5.2+ CodeIgniter 1.7 even managed PHP4 compatibility still
standard.htmlhtml4
compatible.app
compatible.forks
compatible.sql
compatible.css
compatible.plugin
Security codeigniter
security.dbescaping
security.inputsanitizationenforced filtering is manual, but REQUEST superglobals are cleared on init
security.outputescaping
security.authhash
security.adminseparated
MVC codeigniter
mvc.typeUnshaped Model-View-Controller
Routing codeigniter
routing.typefront controller
routing.rewriterules
routing.dispatch
routing.responder
Model codeigniter
model.typedatabase
model.dbactiverecord
model.backend
View codeigniter
view.typetemplate
view.backendsmarty
view.collectpass
view.outputinterpolate
Controller codeigniter
controller.type
controller.helper
Configuration codeigniter
configuration.typearray
configuration.storefiles
configuration.formatphp
AJAX codeigniter
ajax.type
ajax.library
Helper codeigniter
util.upload
util.session
util.cookie
util.pagination
util.http
util.url
util.mime
util.permission
util.debug
util.localizationarray
util.formprocedural
Utility codeigniter
http.negotiation
http.conditional
util.xml
util.rss
util.zip
util.mail
util.gzip
util.captcha
util.dom
util.markup
util.pdf
util.images
util.wysiwyg
util.webdav
Services codeigniter
util.sitemap
util.pingback Trackback
util.rpc
service.twitter
service.google
service.facebook
service.openid
service.cardspace
service.oauth
service.opensearch
service.geo
service.paypal
Fun Facts codeigniter
forum_from_framework
popular_apps
big_websites

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codeigniter

Let's try it: Hello World!

Let's create a simple controller so you can see it in action. Using your text editor, create a file called blog.php, and put the following code in it:

class Blog extends Controller {
 function index()
 {
  echo 'Hello World!';
 }
}

Template Parser Class

The Template Parser Class enables you to parse pseudo-variables contained within your view files. It can parse simple variables or variable tag pairs. If you've never used a template engine, pseudo-variables look like this:

<html>
<head>
<title>{blog_title}</title>
</head>
<body>
<h3>{blog_heading}</h3>
{blog_entries}
<h5>{title}</h5>
<p>{body}</p>
{/blog_entries}


$this->parser->parse()

This method accepts a template name and data array as input, and it generates a parsed version. Example:

$this->load->library('parser');
$data = array(
       'blog_title' => 'My Blog Title',
       'blog_heading' => 'My Blog Heading'
       );
$this->parser->parse('blog_template', $data);