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Ryan Moore Presents at XMod Pro Dec User Group Session

Ryan Moore presented to the XMod Pro User Group in their December 2015 google hangout. This was part 2 of a 3-part series on recognizing and troubleshooting the various error messages that you can encounter when working within XMod Pro development in DNN.



XMod Pro Google+ Hangout: 


XMod Pro User Group Meeting, December 2015 - Google+

We've got a Gift for a lucky viewer! Since two holidays (Thanksgiving US & Christmas) fall on our normal 4th Thursday schedule, we're once again combining the November and December meetings into one. Please join us on Thursday, December 10, at 11am PST, 2pm EST to watch it live and be eligible to win a gift. Ryan Moore dives into Part 2 of 3 in his presentation on "XMod Pro Error Messages... What They Mean and How to Troubleshoot Them." In Part 1 (on May 28, 2015), he reviewed common SQL-related error messages and started Template-related error messages. Part 2 is a continuation and moves through more Template and Form-related errors. This is a great place to Learn about and discuss XMod Pro with other XModders! Post here or send Kelly an email at kford (at) dnndev (dot) com, if you have any thoughts, ideas, or would like to present at a future user group meeting. We hope to see you there!


XMod Pro Error Presentation (Prezi)


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