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File: aksara/Config/Events.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Example script
Class: Aksara
A CodeIgniter based API and CRUD generator
Author: By
Last change: Update commit for the version 4.3.3

Updates for this commit:
- Updating the default dependency of Bootstrap, now using Bootstrap version 5;
- Updating the minimum CI version to ^4.2.0;
- Secrete the Bootstrap framework as the required dependency, now you can create your own theme without concern to conflict with Bootstrap;
- Refine the Aksara core including its components;
- Fixing the feature that previously broken.
Date: 19 days ago
Size: 1,565 bytes


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namespace Config;


 * --------------------------------------------------------------------
 * Application Events
 * --------------------------------------------------------------------
 * Events allow you to tap into the execution of the program without
 * modifying or extending core files. This file provides a central
 * location to define your events, though they can always be added
 * at run-time, also, if needed.
 * You create code that can execute by subscribing to events with
 * the 'on()' method. This accepts any form of callable, including
 * Closures, that will be executed when the event is triggered.
 * Example:
 * Events::on('create', [$myInstance, 'myMethod']);

Events::on('pre_system', static function () {
    if (
ENVIRONMENT !== 'testing') {
        if (
ini_get('zlib.output_compression')) {

        while (
ob_get_level() > 0) {

ob_start(static fn ($buffer) => $buffer);

     * --------------------------------------------------------------------
     * Debug Toolbar Listeners.
     * --------------------------------------------------------------------
     * If you delete, they will no longer be collected.
if (CI_DEBUG && ! is_cli()) {
Events::on('DBQuery', 'CodeIgniter\Debug\Toolbar\Collectors\Database::collect');

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