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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing (26 Sept. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1849694702
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849694704
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 1.1 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,379,013 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Eli Orr

Eli Orr brings over 30 years of experience in the high tech industry, mainly in software product development. Eli published articles in several magazines such as Wireless Systems Design, Telephony-Online, CommsDesign, EE Times, and for various emerging technologies. Currently, Eli is a PHP Advanced Web Application Developer, focused on CodeIgniter based projects for the last two years for rich functionality heavy-duty web applications.

Prior to that, as an entrepreneur, Eli established LogoDial Zappix Ltd., and had the role of CTO and server-side developer. Zappix enables dynamic visualization of call center voice menus, which are currently available in USA and Israel on iOS and Android-enabled smartphones.

Prior to that, Eli developed telecom solutions for Unified Communications with AT&T. Prior to that, Eli developed VoIP developer toolkits as a product manager with Radvision Ltd. During that period, he was an active member with the ITU-T Signaling Group 16 for defining VoIP protocol standardization, mainly the H.323.

Prior to that, Eli led development teams with IAI (Israel Aircraft Industries) ELTA based C and C++ programming languages. Eli can be contacted through his website, http://EliOrr.com.



Yehuda Zadik

Yehuda Zadik has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, where he mainly specialized in software development based object-oriented programming (OOP) technologies.

Yehuda has over 8 years of experience developing with PHP OOP and open source Linux environments for developing web-based applications. Yehuda used state-of-the-art technologies for building dynamic web-based applications that were e-commerce enabled as well as social network integrated. Yehuda has a vast knowledge for integrating third-party plugins for network, mobile, and social environments' integration. Among the environments, Yehuda integrated with Facebook API, LinkedIn API, and various others.

Yehuda is an enthusiastic CodeIgniter developer who has been developing rich functionality and heavy traffic web-based applications over the last two years. Among Yehuda's clients are several major academic institutes. Yehuda can be contacted through his website, http://yudazdk.co.il.


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Anyone interested in learning CodeIgniter or has experience with CodeIgniter will enjoy this book. Includes great snippets of code to communicate with Facebook & Google API's. For me its the CodeIgniter user guide on steroids. I would highly recommend this book to anyone.
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The php code is not formatted correctly and is very difficult to follow. New lines are not new lines and the comments merge with the actual code in one big messy block. Never buying another tech book from Kindle again. Would get a refund if its possible but its been too ling since I bought.
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Not quite ready for printing yet. 12 Sept. 2014
By Ola Klingberg - Published on Amazon.com
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This book might become worthy of three or ever four stars, once it’s finished, but this sloppily proof-read draft should not have been published. I’m at page 45, and I’m giving up now.

Both the general text and the code examples are so littered with typos and misused words that they are often difficult to make sense of.

The text reads “a single comma” when they mean “single quotes.” It says “The Boolean and contacts” when they mean “Booleans and constants.” The introduction to an example says that it “... creates a form for adding and editing a product” when in fact the example that follows is for a contact form that has nothing to do with any products.

And the code often looks like this:

function index () {
// executed when referring to My_handlercontroller via
URLecho “Hello World”; }

You have to look at that for a minute to figure out what is code and what is comment, since the lines have been muddled together.

I’m thinking about requesting a refund, even though I’ve made some highlighting. This book was simply not ready to be sent to the printer.
Not much "new" here 4 Mar. 2014
By Eric D. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
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I took a chance on this book and I'm not that happy that I did. This book provides very little in the way of 'new' examples and definitely stays away from any in-depth discussions of CodeIgniter. There's nothing in this book that you can't find on the CI website.
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