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Google Analytics Tracker

07.31.14 by Diogo Silva

Drop in solution which allows to track server-side events and data within Google Analytics.

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Body Mass Index Calculator

07.31.14 by Diogo Silva

The BMI Calculator is a way of seeing if your weight is appropriate for your height. This is just a server-side implementation. Supports both imperial and metric units.

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Meta Grab

07.31.14 by Blue Coast Web

Give it up, NSM Better Meta!

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Segment Filter

07.31.14 by Blue Coast Web

Enforce strict URLs by permitting only certain values for a specified segment.

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Cookie

07.31.14 by Blue Coast Web

Who doesn't love cookies?

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Input

07.30.14 by Blue Coast Web

Retrieve selected portions of the HTTP request

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Notepad

07.30.14 by Blue Coast Web

Store arbitrary text in a control panel accessory tab.

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Categories Field

07.29.14 by Nathan Pitman

An ExpressionEngine 2.x fieldtype which can be used to save category IDs to a custom channel entries field or sync with native categories for a better categories interface.

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Red Carrot Open Entries

07.29.14 by Red Carrot

Returns a piped string with the IDs of open entries in a given channel.

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EE Podcast

Episode 24: Super Charging Text Editors with Sean Smith

Jul 24, 2014 at 11AM MT

One thing every web developer has in common is a text editor of some kind or another. But how every web developer uses their text editor of choice couldn't be more different. Sean Smith joins the show to discuss making your text editor work harder for you, so you can work better and more efficiently. Sean discusses some of the common features and customization for text editors that can make coding easier including syntax highlighting, custom fonts, code collapsing and text expanders. He also details his collection of ExpressionEngine snippets for Emmet, which can be added to a variety of text editors including Sublime and Coda.

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