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Data

We've briefly touched upon the fact that Context and Instance objects can store and retrieve data.
import pyblish.api
context = pyblish.api.Context()
context.data["key"] = "value"
Data is a regular Python dictionary stored in the Context and is meant for sharing information amongst plug-ins, whereas data in an Instance is specific to the instance. In both cases, data uses mixedCase by convention, whereas standard Python variables use snake_case.
# wrong
context.data["my_key"] = True
# right
context.data["myKey"] = True
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