To install CodeIgniter on Cloudways, follow these steps:
- First, log in to the Cloudways platform using your credentials.
- Select the server on which you want to install CodeIgniter.
- Navigate to the "Applications" tab and click on the "Add Application" button.
- In the application installation window, choose the PHP stack and the desired application name.
- Next, select the project's type as "CodeIgniter" from the dropdown options.
- Set the "Application Access" to public or private, as per your requirements.
- Specify the folder where you want to install CodeIgniter or leave it blank to install in the root folder.
- Choose the application and database servers based on your needs.
- Click on the "Add Application" button to start the installation process.
- Wait for the installation to complete, which may take a few minutes.
- Once the installation is finished, you will receive the necessary details, such as the application URL, database name, and credentials.
That's it! You have successfully installed CodeIgniter on Cloudways. Now you can access your CodeIgniter application using the provided URL and start building your web application.
How to set up Cron jobs for CodeIgniter on Cloudways?
To set up Cron jobs for CodeIgniter on Cloudways, follow these steps:
- Log in to the Cloudways platform.
- Go to the "Applications" tab and select the application for which you want to set up a Cron job.
- Click on the "Cron Job" tab in the application settings.
- Click on the "New Cron Job" button.
- Fill in the cron job details in the pop-up window: Enter a name for the cron job. Select the server on which you want to run the cron job. Choose the frequency at which you want the cron job to run (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour, etc.). Enter the command to be executed. For CodeIgniter, the command would be something like php /path/to/codeigniter/index.php controller method. Select the output method for the cron job (email or log). Optionally, you can set custom environment variables or specify a working directory for the cron job. Click on the "Add New Job" button to save the cron job.
- The cron job will now be added to the list of active cron jobs for your application.
- You can edit or delete cron jobs as needed by selecting the appropriate option from the menu next to the cron job in the list.
That's it! You have successfully set up a cron job for CodeIgniter on Cloudways.
What are the system requirements for installing CodeIgniter on Cloudways?
The system requirements for installing CodeIgniter on Cloudways are as follows:
- PHP version: CodeIgniter requires PHP version 5.6 or later. Cloudways provides the option to select the PHP version while setting up the server, so make sure to select a version that is compatible with CodeIgniter.
- Web Server: Cloudways supports various web servers like Apache, Nginx, and LiteSpeed. You can choose any of these web servers according to your preference.
- Database: CodeIgniter supports various databases including MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and Microsoft SQL Server. You can select the desired database while setting up the Cloudways server.
- SSH Access: CodeIgniter requires SSH access to deploy the application and perform various tasks. Cloudways provides SSH access by default, so you can easily manage your CodeIgniter application.
Apart from these requirements, it is also recommended to have a basic understanding of how to use the Cloudways platform for managing your server and applications.
How to install additional libraries in CodeIgniter on Cloudways?
To install additional libraries in CodeIgniter on Cloudways, follow these steps:
- Log in to your Cloudways account and select the desired application where you want to install the libraries.
- On the application management dashboard, navigate to the "Deployment via Git" section.
- Click on the "Master Credentials" button to obtain your SSH credentials.
- Once you have the SSH credentials, you can connect to your application using an SSH client like PuTTY (Windows) or Terminal (Mac/Linux).
- Launch the SSH client and enter the connection details, including the server IP address, SSH username, and password.
- After successfully logging in, navigate to the application root directory. Use the following command: cd applications/[application_name]/public_html
Replace [application_name] with the actual application name.
- Once you are in the application root directory, use the Composer package manager to install additional libraries. Run the following command: php composer.phar require vendor/package
vendor/package with the library name and version you wish to install. For example:
php composer.phar require guzzlehttp/guzzle:^7.0
- Composer will download and install the specified library and its dependencies.
- After the installation is complete, you can start using the library in your CodeIgniter application by loading it using the CodeIgniter's autoloader or using a require statement.
- You can also configure the library by following its documentation or by modifying the necessary configuration files in your CodeIgniter application.
Note: Make sure that your server meets the library's requirements before installation.
That's it! You have successfully installed additional libraries in CodeIgniter on Cloudways.