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Tonight I started working on the RESTful API for PancakeApp - an invoicing system built in CodeIgniter - when I remembered how many people have been asking for help using REST_Controller. I wrote up an article on NetTuts last year Working with RESTful Services in CodeIgniter hoping that would cover the majority of questions but with new features like API Keys, Limiting and Logging being added I thought a quick run-through was in order. This video covers the basic implementation, HTTP Basic/Digest authentication, format switching and goes onto the new API Key and logging features.

As this is an admittedly an unplanned video I’ll be accepting answers to the question “How many mistakes did I make?” on the back of a postcard. It’s surprising how much time can go into screencasts, even bad ones!

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Phil Sturgeon

Phil has contributed to CodeIgniter, FuelPHP, Laravel and handfuls of other projects, to try and make the PHP community a better place.


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Everyone and their dog wants an API, so you should probably learn how to build them.

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Phil Sturgeon

Founder of PyroCMS, Senior Developer at Ride, Programming Polyglot, PHP-FIG member, and occasionally gets chased by bears

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