1. A History of Everything

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    from Atlanta PHP User Group / Added

    Even if your users don't want a full audit trail of activity, recording user actions in your application can be enormously useful. Jacob Terry looks at a real-world implementation of recording that data using a CodeIgniter-based application, and discuss three less-obvious use cases: Undo - Allow users to reverse their actions immediately and use the application's history to undo complex actions that modified data in multiple tables Sync - Do you have an offline app? Do you plan to? Then you'll need to sync, and to sync you'll need a full history of modifications.Jacob looks at some gotchas with syncing and demonstrates a working implementation. Emails - If email sending is happening as part of a user's request, you're needlessly slowing them down, and probably sending too many emails. Jacob looks at building an asynchronous, "rolled-up" activity email built on top of an application's history.

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    • Logging In Yii

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      from Jeffrey Winesett / Added

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      Brief overview of the Yii application logging features. Covers message logging, categores, levels and message log routing.

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