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In this session from YUIConf 2010, Liferay engineers Nate Cavanaugh and Eduardo Lundgren talk about the dozens of high-quality, YUI 3-based components contributed by their AlloyUI project to the YUI 3 Gallery. You can’t appreciate the full spectrum of what YUI 3 offers without seeing what Nate and Eduardo have made available for your use.

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