Where to Go From Here
Throughout the Mura Developer's Guide, you've learned about Mura's rendering process, and how you could inject your own logic and display code. You also learned how to create custom content types, as well as hot to build your own Mura plugin.
As a Mura developer, you have the ability to help others, just like you. If you haven't already done so, be sure to join our Google Group, where hundreds of other developers, just like you, are asking questions, as well as helping each other out by sharing their tips and personal experiences with Mura. Don't be afraid to join in on the conversations.
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