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Web Programming Gripes

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Greetings all,

I'm currently doing some research on what people find troublesome when
constructing web programs. This is mainly targetted towards those with
a good bit of experience (3 years or more), but everyone is welcomed
to contribute.

I'm looking mainly for COMPLAINTS here, NOT what you like about PHP or
any other language. If you could have anything you wanted, what would
you change about PHP? Have you every used other web languages? What
would you change about them? Also, I'm looking for actual
design/architecture comments, NOT free/non-free comments, etc.

I'd appreciate any feedback you've got -- either a link to someting
you've already written or a freshly written list -- to
<tb*****@cc.gatech.edu>. Feel free to post them back here, too, but
I'd appreciate a copy at that address.

Thanks,

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Toby Butzon
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Toby Butzon wrote:
I'm currently doing some research on what people find troublesome when
constructing web programs. This is mainly targetted towards those with
a good bit of experience (3 years or more), but everyone is welcomed
to contribute.


I have a really big gripe ... with the PHP/Apache combo.

There is no way to have persistent stateful session associated objects,
such as database connections etc.

So you can't have proper web based database applications.

THis can be done in ISAPI.

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