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Codeigniter + HTML5 Boilerplate = win

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Codeigniter + HTML5 Boilerplate = win

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Develop in PHP, use Codeigniter? There's a good chance you do (unless you're using Zend).

Develop in HTML5? Might want to think about HTML5 Boilerplate or something like it. (Unless cross-browser issues really get your adrenaline pumping.)

Why not multiply the ease of Codeigniter by the ease of HTML5 to produce the ease2 of both?

Erick from ArsMagnaTutorials walks you through every step of the way:



If you develop in PHP, the synergy could save you a lot more than 13 minutes.

 

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