Mark Miller demonstrates writing plugins for DXCore live in the latest episode of dnrTV. He sounds a bit hurried, but if you want to get into DXCore programming, this is definitely a Must View. And if you’re not yet convinced you want to get into DXCore programming, let me tell you of course you should. In either case, click here to view the show!
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