The HMVC framework has a lot of benefits and that is why it is always a good idea to work with it in Code Igniter. In this tutorial, I will show you how we can use the HMVC approach.
Time and again we come across requirements where we need to create a block through modules with custom functionality like a custom slider. So, in this tutorial, I will show you how to use hook_block_info and a few other hooks to create a custom block.
In this tutorial, we will see how we can create our custom widget using drupal’s hook_theme and then add into Drupal’s $content available in the node tpl. The main aim is to get the widget across all the content type without adding any code to the tpl.
With a four day holiday for holi, it was a perfect time to make a small trip to someplace. The conditions: It should not be very far and it should be interesting from the photography point of view. A little bit of Google and we came up with quite a few options. But in the end, it was Hampi I and my wife decided.
Recently when I was reading about canonical links and its support with Drupal 7, and I was really happy to see that as always Drupal handles these issues perfectly (rather almost perfectly) out of the box.
Having a dynamic table of content for long articles is a really nice feature. And field collection module is just the module you need to get this feature implemented. To know how, check this tutorial.
This time I will show you some UI goodies using my favourite jQuery. With highly interactive web applications, graphs are must for any application, and jQuery is just the right tool for this.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to use the jQuery and Ajax inside the Code Igniter framework. We will create a page where we will create a drop down of states coming from the database. And once a state is selected, the list of cities will come through Ajax.
This is a continuation of the previous tutorial. In this part, I will show you how to separate business logic from views and use models inside Codeigniter.
CodeIgniter is one of the easiest of all the PHP framework available and definitely it is one of the most well documented one compared to a few other famous frameworks. It has a huge list of helper functions and a big library of useful features. In this Codeigniter tutorial, we will see some basic setup required for the framework before starting the development. So, let’s dive in and check out how this framework works.