The first framework is a collection[adinserter block=”2″]
of files that are used together to make the development easy. The first framework adds security and efficiency to our project which is very important for every project.
We are protected by gross injection attachment issues. The framework is set up by the functionality which is provided by the web developer. Or it makes the jobs of developers easy because it already has ready-made functions and methods, which the developers use in their project, its biggest advantage is that the work of the developers is done.
The types of frameworks are available such as coding gets. In my post, we will talk about codingignitor.
What is Codeignitor
Codeigniter is the first framework, it is a lightweight framework that is being done by most developers to all of them. Its biggest feature is that the framework is the easiest, only in the fabric of the other framework, it is being done by it.
Codingignitor does the job of arranging the custom design patterns… In your term, the question is what is mental.
Views are an ingredient in any MVC application, and CodeIgniter applications are no different from this. Today, we will learn what Views are, and know-how they can be used to create a templating solution for your CodeIgniter projects.
The first part of this tutorial will educate the beginner to CodeIgniter what the View is, and how to use them in a specific application. The second part will discuss the motivations for finding a templating solution, and guide the reader through the steps required to create a simple, yet effective templating library. Interested? Let’s start!
The second parameter, $ data, is optional and takes an associative array or object. This array/object is used to pass data to the view file so that it can be used or referenced inside the view.
The last optional parameter determines whether the content of Views is displayed in the browser window, or is returned as a string. This parameter is false by default, which displays the content in the browser. We will see later in the tutorial of how this parameter can be used when creating a templating solution.
Because header and footer views are now separate from the hello_world view, this means that they can be used in conjunction with any other view on the website. This means that the code within the header and footer files does not need to be copied to another view of the project requiring this code.
Obviously this is a big benefit because any changes to views of HTML or content, for example adding a new stylesheet to the header, have to be done in only one file, and not for each file!