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DevShed:
Working with the Email Class in Code Igniter
October 01, 2008 @ 12:05:24

DevShed continues their series on working with the CodeIgniter framework in this new tutorial focusing on development with the included email class for the framework.

Code Igniter comes equipped with so many other useful features, that covering all of them by a few articles is practically impossible. Even so, in this eighth chapter of the series, I'll be providing you with a quick overview on working with its email class, in this manner you can start using it when developing your own PHP applications.

He looks at the creation of an Email controller (defining the headers and content for the message) and a view that takes in custom information from a HTML form and submits it back through the controller to be sent.

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