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Over the past few weeks, I’ve been actively developing some long-awaited TPC! Memory Usage features. The highlights of the latest release are listed below. I believe that these will help WordPress developers and administrators improve scalability and performance of their blogs and custom applications.
- Custom checkpoints allow administrators to measure memory usage anywhere a WordPress action is available.
- Optional file logging allows administrators to have an effective way of tracking memory usage.
- Improved Security Check, and listed additional variables in System Overview.
- Fixed various bugs (special thanks to those who have taken the time to report issues).
As we continue to improve TPC! Memory Usage and implement new features, we would love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to leave a message on the official TPC! Memory Usage page. As always, thank you for your continued support.
We just released TPC! Memory Usage 0.4, which in addition to providing memory usage monitoring, provides WordPress users with a detailed System Info screen within the WordPress administration panel. The system information screen includes information on web server, PHP, MySQL, and WordPress statuses and settings. A link has been provided from the dashboard widget for easy access. We also added additional information on the notification feature in the FAQ section on WordPress.org due to some confusion. Read the rest of this entry »
To complete a simple Ajax call within the administration panels, we will need a minimum of three functions. Here are the functions used in the sample code:
- _wp_display_content() — responsible for displaying the form or content, and the nonce field.
- _wp_sample_ajax_call() — completes security check for the Ajax request, processes the request, and returns a response.
The very first version of TPC! Memory Usage has been released to the public, and we received WordPress approval to be placed in the plugin directory. TPC! Memory Usage allows WordPress administrators to track current and peak memory usage. It’s an extremely useful tool that can help any admin, especially those who use plugins, language files, and other modifications.