August 15, 2012

Ajax in the WordPress Dashboard – Laying the Foundation

Not long ago, Ajax was all the rage – the idea of updating part of a page without actually needing to reload the entire page was awesome, remember? But it’s been a few years and now it’s practically the standard – it’s hard to think about your favorite web application reloading an entire page to…

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