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Tag: CodeIgniter

Stripe API for Subscription

There are many payment gateways that provide subscription APIs for membership plans. One of them is Stripe, which is very easy to understand and implement. The APIs for plan creation, subscription and cancellation code in Stripe are as follows: Create a Plan Admin can create the plans with the name of a plan, interval and […]

How to Use Migrations in CodeIgniter 3

In CodeIgniter, migrations are used to create and maintain databases programmatically. Migrations are written in PHP code. The framework will translate the code into SQL statements. By default, migrations are disabled. You can enable/disable migrations from migration.php file located in application/config directory   Each Migration is run in numeric order forward or backward depending on […]

URL setup in CodeIgniter

We explained the basic setup of CodeIgniter in the previous article. Now, in this article, I will be explaining the URL setup in CodeIgniter. As a matter of fact, URLs in CodeIgniter are intended to be internet searchable and human-understandable. As opposed to utilizing the “query string” way to deal with URLs that is synonymous […]

Basic Setup of CodeIgniter

CodeIgniter is an MVC framework used by most of the developers for web application development using PHP. It helps developers to build web applications quicker as it offers lots of helpful code libraries and helpers which help speeding up the development work in PHP. In this article, I am going to explain the basic setup […]