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DevShed:
Building a Content Management System with Code Igniter
October 08, 2008 @ 14:49:19

DevShed has finished off its CodeIgniter series today with this ninth part focusing on making a simple content management system with the framework.

Designed to allow programmers to create applications rapidly by utilizing the Model-View-Controller pattern, the Code Igniter framework lets you add many capabilities quickly and easily. This article will bring everything we've learned together for the creation of a content management system.

Their system combines the bits of knowledge from the previous parts (segments of specific functionality) and combining them into a MySQL-driven system to store some information about the user's favorite movies.

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