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Building a Custom Module Manually

  • John Mertic

Abstract

In Chapter 9, you looked at Module Builder, which is a very easy-to-use tool that you can use to build a module. Using Module Builder you can build the most common kinds of modules with ease, which are typically those that employ some sort of CRUD interface for maintaining the records in the module. For many module needs you’ll have, this is probably all that is required, but remember that you can use the logic hooks and workflows you learned about in Chapter 7 to add in the missing business logic pieces to your custom module just like you can with the built in modules. With these powerful tools at your fingertips, you’ll find yourself ready to build modules for yourself rapidly in no time at all.

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