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EllisLab Q&A: ExpressionEngine v2.5

May 25, 2012

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EE Podcast

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

In episode 69 we get the latest information about the EE v2.5 update from EllisLab Chief Creative Officer James Mathias and Director of Technology Wes Baker.

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Episode #69

For our latest Q&A with EllisLab, Lea and I get the details about the ExpressionEngine v2.5 update. Wes Baker explains the new Cookie Consent module, which was introduced to address upcoming EU cookie legislation. Wes also explains how EllisLab is considering more modularity with future development.

Returning guest James Mathias shares details about the first-ever native rich text editor in EE. He explains his process for designing the interface to not only be highly usable, but really “fit” visually with EE publish forms.

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For our next episode, we'll be talking with Nevin Lyne of EngineHosting about, of all things, hosting! (It will take all of my self control not to let the conversation shift to tequila … Nevin's an expert.)

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