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Today, customer's demand flexibility in the way that they pay you, and the sanity of your development team hinges on keeping things as simple as possible.
In this talk, Calvin will discuss how to handle payments via multiple modules using one interface, along with working examples specific to CodeIgniter.
Calvin's payments library can be found here:
by Dan Horrigan
With PHP officially dropping support for PHP 5.2, it is time to learn the power of PHP 5.3 (not the dark side). PHP 5.3 adds a lot of awesome features...but how can you take advantage of them in CodeIgniter? Well, that is what I will be covering. I will discuss how you can properly use things like namespaces in a framework built for PHP 5.1. I will also go over a few niceties such as using Autoloaders to make development even faster.
by Greg Aker
Testing - it's not the most fun part of the development process, but it's a critical step that determines whether your code performs well or breaks and makes everyone cry. PHPUnit support is baking in CodeIgniter Reactor, so we no longer have an excuse to not write tests. In this master class, Greg will walk you through TDD (test-driven development) and BDD (behavior-driven development) for CodeIgniter, taking a look at tools like Watir, Cucumber, and PHPUnit along the way.
There are a lot of CMS' built with CodeIgniter, and almost all of them allow you to create add-ons that give you the ability to add functionality. In this master class, Adam will show you how to make stupid money fast selling add-ons take you through the add-on structure for CI's dynamic duo of CMSs - ExpressionEngine and PyroCMS (and maybe MojoMotor if the wine is flowing), with emphasis on the ways that CI is extended, and the tools at your disposal.
20th–21st August 2011