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Managing Sessions and State with PHP
May 19, 2006 @ 06:18:25

In this new article from the PHP DevCenter on the O'Reilly site today, they provide an introduction to a concept that PHP developers just starting out will definitely need for their future applications - sessions and state management.

MVC Frameworks, such as WASP, provide a solid jumping-off point for entry-level programmers to produce strong, well-formed code. The framework simplifies such things as creating a page (using a kind of page object) and creating or searching for data (using database table objects).

However, probably the most difficult concept for novice PHP programmers to grasp is handling their application's state and session data. This article will address that issue by providing a simple strategy for state management using the WASP framework.

They startprevious article for an introduction.

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