CodeIgniter is a powerful PHP framework with a very small footprint, built for PHP coders who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications. If you're a developer who lives in the real world of shared hosting accounts and clients with deadlines, and if you're tired of ponderously large and thoroughly undocumented frameworks.
CodeIgniter is right for you if:
- You want a framework with a small footprint
- You need exceptional performance
- You need broad compatibility with standard hosting accounts that run a variety of PHP versions and configurations
- You want a framework that requires nearly zero configuration
- You want a framework that does not require you to use the command line
- You want a framework that does not require you to adhere to restrictive coding rules
- You are not interested in large-scale monolithic libraries like PEAR
- You do not want to be forced to learn a templating language (although a template parser is optionally available if you desire one)
- You eschew complexity, favoring simple solutions
- You need clear, thorough documentation
CodeIgniter - Reviews
Written by Guest, 12th February, 2018
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Written by Guest, 22nd September, 2015
Great for people which never uses PHP framework and want to try it, it is easy to learn. I tried also other frameworks, but I can't install it. I recommend it.
Written by Guest, 27th January, 2015
I have also shifted my multisite blog (bztusk.com) from CodeIgniter to Laravel. However, I am more likely to work in Yii now on for any new blogs. ;)
Written by Guest, 18th December, 2014
Written by Guest, 1st July, 2014
Written by Guest, 19th April, 2014
I have been working last 3 years i did no of project in Codeigniter, compare to other MVC it is very fast.
Written by Guest, 3rd April, 2014
Written by Guest, 3rd February, 2014
combines flexibility with power and has a very short learning curve. openly recommend it for any project that may be implemented.
Written by Guest, 11th June, 2012
Written by Guest, 9th December, 2010