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The Yii 2 Version Of The Book: More Chapters Ready Yet?
KeepLearning posted a topic in The Yii BookLarry, Do you have any more chapters of the Yii Book? I mean the second edition, revised for Yii 2. I've read -- and mostly understood -- up to page 190, which is the last revised page. If you have more revised chapters, I'd be interested in reading them. No doubt, other readers would too. Can you post any additional chapters on your website and let everyone know? Thanks.
Yii Book And Deployment
samdamann posted a topic in The Yii BookHello Larry, I am absolutely enjoying your book so far. It has been very very helpful to my web development skills. I was wondering if you were going to do a topic on deployment. I didn't see it listed in the table of contents so I wasn't sure. Assuming that it is on the agenda, I also assume that it will be discussed later on towards the end of the book. In the meantime, is there another course of action to take if I have to deploy a Yii website now? Another book that you highly recommend or another website or a SME perhaps? Any information you can provide would be very much appreciated. Take care... Sam
teutates posted a topic in The Yii BookHello, i'm a beginner at yii and i was hoping you could help me. i couldnt find a simmilair post so i sorry if i double post. i used : http://www.larryullman.com/2010/01/07/custom-authentication-using-the-yii-framework/ but i have a strange error. when i press the login button on my app. i get this error. include(leraarCode.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory The strange thing is. the model is leraar. but i want leraarCode as username i followed every step. But somehow $model is appointed leraarCode instead of leraar :S And i cant find how it happend :/ http://pastebin.com/22pxH1TU (login.php) http://pastebin.com/vqf3Sxvq (useridentity.php) http://pastebin.com/TeqbUtyQ (loginform.php) http://pastebin.com/aPiLVh1p (sql for the model) Thanks for your time in advance. Greetings, Teutates