• CodeIgniter v3.1.11 (This is the current version which we will used in this tutorial)
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.10
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.9
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.8
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.7
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.6
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.5
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.4
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.3
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.2
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.1
  • CodeIgniter v3.1.0
  • CodeIgniter v3.0.6
  • CodeIgniter v3.0.5
  • CodeIgniter v3.0.4
  • CodeIgniter v3.0.3
  • CodeIgniter v3.0.2
  • CodeIgniter v3.0.1
  • CodeIgniter v3.0.0
  • CodeIgniter v2.2.6
  • CodeIgniter v2.2.5
  • CodeIgniter v2.2.4
  • CodeIgniter v2.2.3
  • CodeIgniter v2.2.2
  • CodeIgniter v2.2.1
  • CodeIgniter v2.2.0
  • CodeIgniter v2.1.4
  • CodeIgniter v2.1.3
  • CodeIgniter v2.1.2
  • CodeIgniter v2.1.1
  • CodeIgniter v2.1.0

Server Requirement for CodeIgniter

You have to ensure that PHP version 5.6 or above version is available for the installation of CodeIgniter in the system. Because if you are using an old version of Php, then there may be the chances of security lacking and performance issues, further it may be missing some features.

As we know, that database is required for storing the web application data. Here we have written some database name which is currently supported by the CodeIgniter:

  • It requires MySQL 5.1 or above version with mysql (deprecated), mysqli and pdo drivers
  • It contains oci8 and pdo drivers in Oracle
  • PostgreSQL with the postgre and pdo drivers
  • MS SQL via the mssql, pdo drivers and sqlsrv (version 2005 and above)
  • SQLite with the sqlite (version 2), sqlite3 version 3 and pdo drivers
  • It has cubrid and pdo drivers in CUBRID
  • It also consists of Interbase/Firebird via the ibase and pdo drivers
  • It contains odbc and pdo drivers with ODBC

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