Today I was studying and developing an application tests that must connect with a Realtime Database of Google Firebase. To integrate my PHP project with Firebase, I added the firebase-php library (Available at: https://github.com/kreait/firebase-php ).
Well then. My project is being “executed” in a local environment (WAMPP) and as soon as I tried to recover the data previously registered in the Firebase database, I came across the following error:
Save guys …
In this video, I continue to build a CRUD in the CodeIgniter 4 framework , showing how to fetch data from a record in the database (by ID) to display on the form and later, show how to update the database using an available method in MODEL .
Hail guys !!!
In this class of the CodeIgniter 4 series , I continue the subject related to “ models ” and increase the CRUD that I started to develop in the previous video. I show you how to retrieve all data from a database table using a method of our “model” class. These fetched data are returned to a controller and later passed on to be displayed in a “ view ” (via an HTML table).
So, now the CRUD of our project already has the form for registering new records and has a “view” to display all the records that are registered in the table. To “link” the two pages I used the “url” helper (and also showed how to import a helper into a controller).
Continuing with the series on CodeIgniter 4 , in today’s class I show you how to create a MODEL in CI4 for a database table. This model requires a minimum of code, since CI4 already provides a generic class with the main methods for entering , editing , deleting and searching data in the bank.
Hail guys !!!
In this video lesson in the CodeIgniter 4 series , I create a database, which will be the basis of our application and which will support the MODELS classes at CI4.
The database adopted for the classes is MySQL , as it is a very popular DBMS and widely used by PHP programmers, as well as by CI users.