CodeIgniter is the most popular PHP framework that provides MVC platform to develop web applications. When developing web application with CodeIgniter, we need to implement file upload functionality to upload single or multiple files. In this tutorial you will learn how to implement multiple file upload using CodeIgniter.
CodeIgniter is one of the most popular PHP framework based on MVC (Model–View–Controller) pattern. Currently, MVC is the most used pattern in web applications and most of PHP frameworks are based on this pattern. The MVC pattern an application into three parts: Model, View, Controller. The Model is responsible for handling data. The View is responsible for rendering the data provided by the model. The Controller is responsible to handle the Model and View to work together.
Multi Step Forms are useful when there are too many input fields in a Form. So breaking the large Form into multiple smaller Forms with few input fields on each Form is very user friendly. So in this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Multi Step Form with Progress Bar using Bootstrap and jQuery with Demo. You will also learn how to validate multiple forms using jQuery and store multiple Forms submit data into MySQL database using PHP.
User register and login is a major part of any web project to allow registered users to access particular section. In this tutorial we will discuss how to develop user login and registration system in any web project with PHP and MySQL. The tutorial covered in a very simple way with live demo that handles complete user register and login functionality with server side validation. You can also download the complete register and login script created with PHP and MySQL.
You’re well familiar with pagination used in most of web projects to view multiple pages. Pagination provided good user interface but its require to click next or previous button to view pages. You can replace pagination with more user friendly feature to load chunks of records on each time when page scroll. With this, users do not need to click on button, records loaded when page scroll. So in this tutorial you will learn how to load records dynamically when scroll page using Ajax with PHP and MySQL.