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ExpressionEngine Add-on Dev with Mark Croxton

Oct 13, 2012

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EE Podcast

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

On the heels of our discussion about Stash with Adrienne Travis, Lea and I talk to Stash creator Mark Croxton in episode 79.

Episode #79

For Add-on Development with Mark Croxton, Mark shares details about Stash, including how it can be used to subvert parse order and some lesser-known features of the popular add-on. Mark also discusses how Stash and his other add-ons have evolved, as well as his thoughts on best practices for add-on development.

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