es_extended - FXServer ES Extended

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es_extended is a roleplay framework for FiveM. It is developed on top of EssentialMode (aka ES), thus commonly named ESX - the EssentialMode Extended framework for FiveM. This order also applies in the startup order.

https://github.com/ESX-Org/es_extended

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