OpenLampTech issue #15 – CodeIgniter 4 select() methods in depth


Sit back, grab your beverage of choice, and get ready for a deep-dive issue of OpenLampTech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers. This month’s featured piece covers select-like methods in the CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder class. Thanks for being here to read the publication

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CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder select() methodsThe Apache .htaccess fileHead-to-head review of popular PHP frameworksPHP version and framework benchmarkingMySQL and phpMyAdmin with DockerAnd much more…

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