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Working with the Active Record Class in Code Igniter
September 17, 2008 @ 13:44:59

DevShed has posted the next part of their series focusing on the CodeIgniter framework. This new tutorial looks at the Active Record class that sits at the heart of the framework.

Welcome to the sixth installment of the series entitled "Introducing the Code Igniter PHP Framework." By using a hands-on approach, this series of articles walks you through the main features that come packaged with this friendly yet powerful development software that lets you quickly build robust PHP applications.

They show a simple example of how to pull information out of your database, how to get a little more complex with conditional select statements and how to use a where to narrow down your results.

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