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    Helper files are a collection of functions in a particular group. Helpers can be used within Models, Controller and View files.

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    Plug-ins work almost identically to helper. A plug-in usually provides a single function, plug-ins are intended to be created and shared by community.

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    The main difference is that a plug-in usually provides a single function, whereas a Helper is usually a collection of functions. Helpers are also considered a part of the core system; plug-ins are intended to be created and shared by our community.In loading the difference is

    $this->load->plugin(plugin name);

    $this->load->helper (file name of the helper);


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    config.php:The Config class provides a means to retrieve configuration preferences. These preferences can come from the default config file (application/config/config.php) or from your own custom config files.

    autoload.php: If we find that we need a particular config file globally, we can have it loaded automatically by the system.

    database.php: CodeIgniter has a config file that lets store your database connection values (username, password, database name, etc.). The config file is located at: application/config/database.php

    routes.php Routing rules are defined in application/config/routes.php file. That permits to specify own routing criteria.

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    CodeIgniter’s URLs are simply segments. These segments are then split up and used to load a particular controller and method. CodeIgniter uses a segment-based approach:

    example.com/news/article/my_article


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