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Codeigniter 1.7 Professional Development: Because a Codelgniter Expert With Professional Tools, Techniques, and Extended Libraries
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Adam Griffiths

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This book is a practical guide that takes you through a number of techniques. Each chapter builds upon knowledge from the previous chapter. Step-by-step instructions with examples and illustrative screenshots ensure that you gain a firm grasp of the topic being explained.This book is written for advanced PHP developers with a good working knowledge of Object Oriented Programming techniques who are comfortable with developing applications and wish to use CodeIgniter to make their development easier, quicker, and more fun. Basic knowledge of CodeIgniter will be helpful. This book will suit developers who fall into three categories:Professional Developers - employees of a software house or organization with in-house software development, Freelance Developers - solo developers working in the industry on their own, Just-for-fun Developers - people working with PHP building web applications is their spare time for fun.


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29 人中、26人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 1.0 What was PACKT thinking? 2010/5/9
By Jack Cadman - (
I purchased this book because it was just recently published and I figured it would have the most up to date information on the current version as well as have current insights into the best practices for using the framework. By the end of chapter two, I was baffled. The writing style was unusual, superficial, and there were quite a few typos. At first I thought it was just a bad editor, but then I "Googled" the author. To my surprise, he's only 17 years old. The book states that he's had 5 years of experience programming in PHP. I'm not trying to knock this young author, after all, I wasn't programming PHP at age 12. But what was PACKT thinking publishing a programming reference book written by a 17 year old? Once the age thing came out, the writing made a lot more sense. The book supposes that the reader is versed in PHP and HTML. While some of the more complicated Codeigniter functions are glossed over with one sentence paragraphs, there's a whole page explaining what a carbon copy and a blind carbon copy are in an email. This is only one of many examples that made me question the competency of the material being presented. The book even mimics the Codeigniter style guide in the "correct," "incorrect," style of writing as well as the order in which the techniques are presented. There is nothing in this book that you can't find in the user guide or the many tutorials online.

I feel like I was duped by PACKT publishing and I'll certainly do more thorough background checks before any further purchases from them. A return is in my future... As for the Author, I certainly commend you. I certainly wasn't thinking about writing books at that age, but unfortunately, I think you were let down by your editors who should have provided a bit more guidance like "get some real life programming experience, then we'll publish." For everyone else, I suggest you spend some time in the native Codeigniter user guide.
6 人中、6人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 5.0 Review: CodeIgniter 1.7 Professional Development 2010/6/16
By Florin Dinu - (
The book is about developing applications with CodeIgniter 1.7. It's targeted at PHP developers with enough background to know what they are doing. Although the book says that it's written for advanced developers, I would say that an intermediate programmer could probably understand it pretty well.

The book starts out with a "Getting started" chapter that tells you where to get CodeIgniter and how to install it. The author explains the MVC pattern and goes trough the framework's major features, summarily explaining each one, but without going into an in-depth description.

Chapter 2 starts by explaining what a CodeIgniter library is, and then it goes trough some of the most important ones, briefly discussing their API's and giving short examples on their usage.

For the input class, the authors point out it's XSS filters and give examples on how to use them.

I would have liked more details, and for the author to go into a more technical discussion. In an example the author used the form helper functions (form_open_multipart/form_close) without mentioning them in the text, it's not a big deal but a little annoying.

Chapter 3 moves on to the more interesting parts of CI. It explains how form validation works and extends an example from the previous chapter, after that the chapter moves on to the database, showing how to execute queries and explaining the types of result sets returned.

A big part of this chapter is dedicated to CI's Active Record layer, each method in this layer is explained and accompanied by an example.

In chapter 4 the author explains user authentication, with ample examples for everything you would need from such a system. This chapter goes into detail and it contains a lot of code, for controllers, views and models.

Chapter 5 comes as a surprise, it's about user authentication. But wait! Wasn't that chapter 4?

Well yes, while chapter 4 is all about standard methods, where you have a database, with a users table and all that stuff, this chapter is about fun things such as using oAuth and Twitter and Facebook Connect and how to use all these things in the context of CodeIgniter.

In chapter 6 the author talks about security and the features that CI provides to help you keep your code secure.

Chapter 7 is all about large scale applications, touching on subjects such as benchmarks and bottlenecks, different kinds of caching and running your application distributed across a number of machines.

Chapter 8 is another helpful chapter, it's about web services, how to do REST and XML-RPC with CodeIgniter and as with all the previous chapters, it's based on examples.

Chapter 9 is about extending CodeIgniter and it goes to list some of the more obscure features.

Like chapter 5, the final chapter (10 if you're counting), comes as a surprise. It describes how you can give back to the community, by writing a library (for example) and releasing it as open source.

So what do I think?

Well, the book is nice, it started out with a feeling of being rushed, not enough details in the first chapters, but once the author got the beginner stuff out of the way, he focused on some really cool and interesting things.

Do I recommend it?

If you want to use CodeIgniter, definitely.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Enjoyed Reading It 2010/6/2
By Eric - (
CodeIgniter has been my php framework of choice over the past few years and I have grown to love the simplicity and reduced time it takes to develop php applications with it. Since finding CodeIgniter I have developed one open source script, numerous internal applications, and several libraries and helpers. Because of my involvement in working with CodeIgniter I have been offered the opportunity to review Packt's new book named "CodeIgniter 1.7 Professional Development" by Adam Griffiths. The book aims to take you from a novice user all the way to a CodeIgniter expert.

CodeIgniter 1.7 Professional Development promises to help you become a CodeIgniter expert with professional tools, techniques, and extended libraries. This book is targeted to php users just learning CodeIgniter and want to get the most of it in the shortest amount of time.

The book starts out with the basics of installing and setting up a new CodeIgniter project and then goes into the logic of the framework and how everything pieces together. Farther into the book Adam covers creating a secure authorization system, creating your own Twitter oAth library, and a Facebook connect library.

After reading the book I believe it achieved its promise of giving you the tools and resources to be a CodeIgniter 1.7 expert. The part I liked most about this book was the later chapters that deal with Authentication, custom libraries, Application Security, Building a large scale application, and custom web services. I feel the knowledge in these chapters are what really stands out and makes you a CodeIgniter expert.

My only complaint with the book is the portion on coding standards. I feel every developer should try and use the coding standards outlined by the framework but I felt it didn't need so many pages in the book about it when the user guide covers it.

I can honestly say that I highly recommend this book to folks wanting to learning CodeIgniter and even experienced CodeIgniter users. The book covers all the aspects of creating a CodeIgniter application and I can guarantee you will learn something from reading this book. I picked up a few tips that I didn't know previously.
2 人中、2人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 1.0 Disappointing 2011/3/10
By Moe 2.0 - (
Having experience with MVC in Java, I purchased this book to learn more details about CodeIgniter.

The book lacks general continuity. The example code is poorly written. I don't believe the author has a full understanding of MVC. Following his examples will lead to "bloated controllers", resulting in reduced testability and applications that are difficult and expensive to update in the future.
2 人中、2人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 1.0 Poorly edited and difficult to follow 2010/12/8
By Esther M. - (
I'm an experienced PHP developer, hoping to learn a new framework. I purchased this book from Packt hoping that it would be similar to their Joomla books, which take you through creating several complex sample applications, chapter by chapter building on your new knowledge. I was very disappointed to find this was not the case. Perhaps, as some reviewers state, the content gets better in the later chapters, but the initial chapters were so disjointed, poorly-written, and even more poorly-edited, that I couldn't manage to get through to the later chapters.

There are tons of incorrectly-placed references in the text; for example, in discussing the Input and Security class, the author states that, "we've already used this class when we built our contact form", but the actual building of the contact form doesn't come for another 8 pages or so. There are also chunks of code shown, but no information about where those chunks are supposed to go - in the model, view, or controller. If the author had just skipped putting any code at all in the text and indicated that all sample code for a particular "lesson" is included in the sample code download, things might have been clearer, but there was no mention of that.

All in all, a waste of money.
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