It’s obvious that JavaScript is becoming the default language of choice for many (most?) new web-based software projects both on the server side and the front-end side.

What it may not be so evident is that JavaScript is quickly taking an important role in older/existing projects shaping the way these projects evolve.

In this post, we take a look at WordPress (still defined as a PHP-based software , we may need to update that definition soon) and give some data to highlight the increasing role JavaScript plays in it. You may be surprised by what you’ll see there.

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