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DevShed:
Handling Views with CodeIgniter
March 19, 2009 @ 12:04:42

DevShed takes another look at the CodeIgniter framework with this first part of a new series tackling view handling in the lightweight framework. Views are the final stop for the processed data, displaying any one of a multitude of types of data back out to the waiting client software.

In reality, implementing this view-centric method is actually pretty easy to achieve. However, CodeIgniter provides web developers with enough flexibility to handle views in all sort of clever ways. Therefore, in this series of articles I'll be discussing in detail some common approaches that you can use to generate views, ranging from loading them sequentially, to using more complex methods, such as including views within other views.

They introduce you to the view system CodeIgniter offers and show you how to create a basic view as a part of a controller class that displays a page with a header, user content and a footer.

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