The Top 17 Most Popular PHP Array Functions

Popular PHP Array Functions

You are going to run into PHP Arrays and PHP array functions with amazing regularity during the course of your web design and web development. It makes sense, because arrays are one of the most useful data types we can use. So it got us to thinking, what would you get if you combined the worlds most popular PHP CMS applications and dumped all of their source code into one bucket, then analyzed their most used array functions?…

Top 10 Websites for Social Networking

top 10 websites for social networking

There are a lot of different websites for social networking. In fact ‘a lot’ is a bit of an understatement! This post is about what I feel are the top 10 websites for social networking, a little bit about them, and the pros and cons of each. Let’s have a look, shall we?!

1: Facebook


Facebook is the leader on the online social networking space, coming in at number 1 on the VegiBit list of top websites for social networking.…

Codeigniter Model Tutorial

Codeigniter Model

So far we’ve looked at Controllers and Views in the MVC or Model View Controller paradigm. With just those two facets of MVC you can actually build some pretty cool, albeit simple, applications that have basic logic and features. Now we come to the Model. We save the best for last! The Model is really the workhorse in your MVC website. Most people will try to keep their controllers and views skinny while the model becomes fat.…

Learning About Views in Model View Controller


In the MVC structure we separate out the logic from presentation. The controller which we explained in a prior blog post handles the processing and incoming http requests. The controller is the boss sort to speak. When you make a request to the website, that controller starts making some decisions. It asks, “What is it, that this user needs or wants?”. You tell the controller this, whether knowingly or not, based on the actual URL that you are requesting.…

What are Codeigniter Sessions

Codeigniter comes with a great session class. Sessions in any programming language are what give you the ability to keep track of a user’s state while also tracking their activity. In Codeigniter this session information is stored as a cookie. You also have the option to store this session in a database. That is up to you.

codeigniter sessions

How do I start a session

The great thing about using a framework is that many things are done for you.…