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PHP Datastorage Class (Part 2)
November 22, 2005 @ 06:06:41

DevShed has posted part two (in a two-part series) on the creation of a Datastorage class with the help of PHP.

In the first part of this two-part article, you started to learn about using alternatives to databases for storing data; specifically, we started to work on creating a class that can handle flat files, session variables, and cookies. This second part picks up right where we left off last time.

Building off of the previous code, they move into using XSLT to display the output of the data we've already stored. Of course, they give all of the code you'll need to get the job done, and wrap it all together at the end with some suggestions of what else you can use this class for...

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