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Discovering the HTML5 History pushState method

In the last video we toke a break from the History API to learn how to work with the XMLHttpRequest . In our next goal now that we have a working application that will load in data dynamically we would like to be able to control the URL of the user and enable the user to be able to change the page url without refreshing the content on the page. To do this we will be using the 'pushState' method.
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