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Add-Ons That Should Be Integrated Into EE

Jul 07, 2011

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EE Podcast

In case you missed the news, I'm now co-hosting The ExpressionEngine Podcast with the lovely Lea Alcantara. And we just released our second episode!

For our latest episode, Ryan Masuga of devot:ee joins us to talk about ExpressionEngine add-ons.

Episode #47

Everyone in the EE community has their favorite add-ons. Some folks even have a default "install" of all the add-ons they regularly use. But are there add-ons that would make sense to be part of EE's core?

For episode 47, Lea, Ryan and I discuss some of the add-ons that we wish were integrated into ExpressionEngine. Have a listen.

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