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Code Igniter experience, anyone?
Kythin 
18/8/08 4:57:07 PM
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I need a Code Igniter guru to help me with some minor updates to a legacy project for a client (it'll be paid work). It's just 3 separate pages that currently have forms on them with update buttons PER ITEM. The client wants one update button PER PAGE. I'd do it myself but I'm crap at CI, and the original dev is out of town :P

They're offering me $40 an hour and I've quoted them 3 hours, so I'm willing to pass that directly on to you if you have an ABN and can help me this week.

If you're good, there might be higher paying stuff later on as well. I don't mind if you're outside Brisbane, as long as you have Skype or MSN or something for us to figure this out through.

Cheers, PM me or email me if you're interested; chris [at} chaostamed.com.au

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superfireydave 
18/8/08 5:46:16 PM
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Girvo and I were just looking at code igniter for our business so perhaps get in touch with Girvo and see if he's interested. He's not a guru with CI perse, but is good with PHP and might be interested. I'm far too busy at the moment QQ.

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Kythin 
20/8/08 1:46:54 AM
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Quote by superfireydave
Girvo and I were just looking at code igniter for our business so perhaps get in touch with Girvo and see if he's interested. He's not a guru with CI perse, but is good with PHP and might be interested. I'm far too busy at the moment QQ.



The original dev just called me today and took care of it, but i wonder if i should have a chat to ol' girvo anyways. At the moment I have so many clients it's not even funny, hehe. Hopefully the stress'll let up as I finish some of their sites off ;P


Edited by Kythin: 20/8/2008 1:47:20 AM

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Girvo 
20/8/08 11:49:44 AM
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*waves hands


I can work CI alright. It's not my preferred framework, but I'm sure with a bit more use I can get it to bend to my mighty skillz.


:P

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Kythin 
24/8/08 10:57:40 PM
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Quote by Girvo
*waves hands


I can work CI alright. It's not my preferred framework, but I'm sure with a bit more use I can get it to bend to my mighty skillz.


:P



yeah it's quite different from what I'm used to. I'm all for logical separation of business, data and presentation though i've been working so much with Joomla lately that I treat the css file as the presentation layer... so going back to having a whole bunch of 'views' instead of just one with various module positions feels a little odd.

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Girvo 
25/8/08 2:34:07 PM
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Lol, well I'm used to the MVC paradgim, so it's not too much of an issue for me that way :P

Deal with view partials, then get back to me ;)


Try *writing* an OOP MVC framework in PHP. Metaprogramming ftl :(

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rapidDazz 
1/9/08 1:19:30 AM
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I really do like Code Igniter.

A few things I don't like is their session handling they prefer to use all cookies for storing data even though they refer to it as "sessions".

But changing it or getting modules to quickly get your site up and running is quick enough.

The views and URL handling can at times be more of a hindrance than a help, again you can always change the base code to suit your needs.

Another thing to look into is ExpressionEngine - which is sort of the parent product of CI, targeted at building a fully customised website centered on "blogging" which for SEO is kind of great.

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