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EE Template Partials with Adrienne Travis

Oct 01, 2012

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EE Podcast

A new episode of the EE Podcast is available for your listening pleasure!

For episode 78, Lea and I talk to Adrienne Travis who shares her template development approach using partials and the Stash add-on.

Episode #78

For Stash & Template Partials, Adrienne discusses how the Stash add-on makes her development faster and more maintainable with template partials. She details her first project using this approach, including the planning process and learning curve.

We also talk to Adrienne about her new gig at Devot:ee, and discuss our plans for the live and uncut EE Podcast at EECI later this month.

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