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Marc Wandschneider is a professional software developer with well over fifteen years of industry experience (yes, he really is that old). He travels the globe working on interesting projects and gives talks at conferences and trade shows whenever possible.

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Aug 24, 2006 | 02:11:10
Announcing Payjacks, an Object-Oriented PHP Ajax Web Application Framework
By marcwan

I am happy to announce the immediate availability of Payjacks, currently at version 0.2.0. Payjacks is a PHP/Ajax web application framework I’ve written using the object-oriented features in PHP5+.

Payjacks can be downloaded here:

What is Payjacks?

Payjacks is an object oriented PHP-Ajax web application framework I’ve written to help write robust and organised web applications. It was designed to require a minimal amount of effort to get your own web application up and running, while helping with such tasks as accessing a (MySQL, currently) database or providing a framework for sending asynchronous Ajax requests back to the server.

Payjacks uses many of the new object-oriented features in PHP 5 to do its work, and handles most of the details required to run a robust web application.

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Feb 21, 2006 | 12:11:37
Troubles with Asynchronous Ajax Requests and PHP Sessions
By marcwan

As I sit here watching “The Muppets Take Manhattan” in Spanish in the middle of a Costa Rican thunderstorm, I find my mind drifting back to a recent project where I spent a day debugging a frustratingly annoying problem: A user would visit the web application I was working on, and after a given page was loaded, all of the session data associated with their visit would be suddenly gone. The user would no longer be logged into the site, and any changes they made (which were logged in session data) were lost.

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