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Class: CodeIgniter Plugin for Z-Ray
Show CodeIgniter application information in Z-Ray
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Z-Ray Plugin for CodeIgniter
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The Z-Ray CodeIgniter plugin provides valuable information on CodeIgniter applications, making debugging easy and simple. Z-Ray gives a complete picture of your CodeIgniter environment - including all loaded views, models, helpers, hooks and configuration files.

- **Installation**: shows the steps to complete the installation
- **Configuration**: shows the configuration files variables
- **Views**: shows information on currently loaded CodeIgniter views, including their application file path
- **Hooks**: displays the active Hooks
- **Libraries**: shows the loaded libraries
- **Models**: shows the loaded models
- **Helpers**: displays the loaded helpers
- **Request**: provides information on the current route of the CodeIgniter application, such as the controller name, the action name and the parameters
- **Cache**: provides information about the cache, such as size, path, items, etc.
- **Coding standard** : Verify if all controllers, codels, libraries and helpers conform with CodeIgniter coding standards as outlined in: https://www.codeigniter.com/user_guide/general/styleguide.html


Installation
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This plugin can be installed on Zend Server 8.5 and above.

Supported CodeIgniter Versoin >= 2.2.0

1. ZIP all files from this repository and go to ZendServer GUI -> Plugins -> Manage Plugins.
2. Click on Deploy Plugins, upload the Plugin Package and follow the instructions.
3. After the installation go to :
Z-Ray -> CodeIgniter Panel -> Installation Panel, and follow the specified instructions.
For more information send a message to info at phpclasses dot org.