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  • Published on | Jun 04, 2012 | by Rob Watts

Join us on Wednesday for Another Look!

If you're a member of the Sacramento Web Developer's Meetup Group you may have attended the first introduction we made to the group. We went through a basic tutorial of the features we had at the time, and you can still work through it by signing up a free account and installing this tutorial.

After the event, we talked to a few designers and developers, and one of the features that they recommended to us was the ability to easily manage links and file downloads. So after a bit of discussion, some coding, and some testing (rinse and repeat), the MagicEdit links and downloads feature was born. Now adding a "magicedit" attribute to an anchor tag is all it takes to make links editable.

Sweet!


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Event Details

This time around we'll make it a bit less technical and a bit more fluid. We'll touch on a few features and then just open it up for discussion and code examples. And hopefully we'll get some more great ideas for where we need to go next!

What: Take Another Look at MagicEdit

When: Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 6:30 p.m.

Where: North Natomas Library

4660 Via Ingoglia, Sacramento, CA (map)

Note that we will be in the Community Room, which faces the parking lot. Enter through the outside door, not the library.

See you there!

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