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How to make customizable Db Table prefixes using ActiveRecord

Created 5 years ago by killermonkTutorials0 comments – viewed 11,407 times – version 1.1
Note: As of Yii 1.1.x this functionality is integrated into the framework. If you are using 1.1.x please disregard this article and use the built-in functionality.

How to extend yiic shell commands

Created 5 years ago by qiangTutorials1 comment – viewed 19,809 times – ( +2 ) – version 1.1
Note: this tutorial requires Yii 1.0.8 or later.
tags: yiic

Enabling Gzip

Created 5 years ago by pestaaTutorials5 comments – viewed 17,917 times – ( +6 / -1 ) – version 1.1
Adding HTTP compression to your application could never have been easier!

How to use nested DB transactions (MySQL 5+, PostgreSQL)

Created 5 years ago by mindehHow-tos6 comments – viewed 25,974 times – ( +44 ) – version 1.1
Original source code and idea are from: PHP, PDO & Nested Transactions.

Integrating with other frameworks

Created 5 years ago by KJediTutorials4 comments – viewed 15,991 times – ( +5 / -1 ) – version 1.1
When you need to integrate with other frameworks (e.g. Zend Framework), you have to follow these steps:

How to use markItUp! on a text field for full WYSIWYG editing

Created 5 years ago by lucifuriousTutorials2 comments – viewed 20,468 times – ( +3 ) – version 1.1
This tutorial will show you how to use the Pogostick Yii Extension Library to make an HTML TEXTAREA input element into a full-fledged WYSIWYG editor pretty much with very little code.

How To Connect With Twitter From Yii

Created 5 years ago by lucifuriousTutorials1 comment – viewed 20,844 times – ( +4 / -1 ) – version 1.1
Here is a quick tutorial for connecting Yii with Twitter using the Pogostick Yii Extensions Library.
tags: twitter

How to log context information to logger (session id, user, ...)

Created 5 years ago by olafureTutorials0 comments – viewed 12,593 times – ( +2 ) – version 1.1
Logging context information (session, user, ...) to the logfile can be of great help tracking down problems with specific users.
tags: Logging

Organize directories for applications with front-end and back-end

Created 5 years ago by qiangTutorials10 comments – viewed 62,679 times – ( +28 ) – version 1.1
Large applications are often divided into front-end and back-end (or even more ends) depending on the target user groups. The front-end should be used by common users, while the back-end mainly the administrators or staff members. The two ends usually have dramatically different appearance, even though they may share a lot of code underneath. In this tutorial, we describe a way of organizing directories of the code for both ends.

Manage application configuration in different modes

Created 5 years ago by qiangTutorials5 comments – viewed 30,700 times – ( +16 ) – version 1.1
Info: This tutorial references the idea presented in Jonah's excellent blog article.