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Codeigniter Pagination Part 3 OK so we have now covered setting up Codeigniter Pagination and passing some simple data through it. We have also managed to add categories to our posts to make it a little...

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Codeigniter Pagination Part 2 So leading on from the last screencast we now have some simple data being pushed through the pagination library. Now were going to look at adding categorys to our posts...

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Codeigniter Pagination Part 1 One of the biggest things I see being asked around the codeigniter forums & IRC channel is pagination. So I have decided to create a set of tutorials from basic setup...

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Codeigniter Preparation Hopefully if I can keep my promise and will be rolling a set of screencast on this site and part of them will be to do with the Codeigniter Framework. I though it would...

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Radio Button Replacement With Style I thought I would kick off this blog with a short tutorial on how you can make form radio buttons look and feel allot more interesting. A recent job required the user to...

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Secure Jquery Ajax Request

Posted on : 25-06-2009 | By : Lee | In : Codeigniter, General, Jquery, PHP, Screencasts

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As we have seen in our previous Ajax requests we can grab data from different sources to output the the page. But what happens if the client has logged timmed out ? Trying to send the client to a login page can be a little more tricky than it sounds.

In this screencast I will show you a quick way to listen for unauthorized access and send the client to a login page.

Codeigniter Pagination Part 4

Posted on : 12-06-2009 | By : Lee | In : Codeigniter, Jquery, Screencasts

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Hopefully this will be a fun screencast for you. We will be using Jquery $.ajax GET request combined with the Codeigniter Pagination Library.

Im sure you will be suprised how easy this is achieved.

Simple Jquery Ajax with Codeigniter Part 4

Posted on : 10-06-2009 | By : Lee | In : Codeigniter, Jquery, Screencasts

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Hopefully by now you will have had a better understanding on how to use Jquery with Coedigniter. We have looked at the $.post & $.get request so far and have passed some simple data between them.

In this the last part of this series we will take a look at the $.ajax  request. The $.ajax request is very powerfull and far to much to talk about in this one screencast so I would strongly suggest you take a look at the JQuery Documentation

Simple Jquery Ajax with Codeigniter Part 3

Posted on : 08-06-2009 | By : Lee | In : Codeigniter, Jquery, Screencasts

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So now we have looked at the $.get request we now are going to look at the $.post request.

In this screencast we can see how we can submit form data through this request.

Simple Jquery Ajax with Codeigniter Part 2

Posted on : 08-06-2009 | By : Lee | In : Codeigniter, Jquery, Screencasts

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Following on from part one in this screencast we will take a look at one of the Ajax functions $.get.

We will take a look at how to perfom a $.get request and how to handle the callback.

Simple Jquery Ajax with Codeigniter Part 1

Posted on : 07-06-2009 | By : Lee | In : Codeigniter, Jquery, Screencasts

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I thought before I do my next screencast with pagination I would do an introduction with Jquery Ajax.

There are a number of excellent Javascript Frameworks (Prototype, Mootools, Dojo, Scriptaculous etc..) but my personal flavour is Jquey. Like Codeigniter it has a great user guide which is easy to follow and a great network of users. And one of the great tools it has in its API is AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML).