roffedh766
roffedh766

I'm trying to understand October, and the things I do understand I love, but some, like plugins, I'm having a really hard time wrapping my head around. Is anyone working on tutorials perhaps? Something that speaks to me as a layman?

axomat
axomat

Where is Jeffrey Way when you need him ;-)

Daniel81
Daniel81

LOL, yeah, get a course suggestion on Tuts+ - I'll add one ;)

roffedh766
roffedh766

Well, how to create a user and login plugin (or extend the existing one) to include different levels perhaps?

Connor S. Parks
Connor S. Parks

It would help us both if you share input here: http://octobercms.com/forum/post/request-tutorials-here-connorvg-tv -- I am certainly looking for specific tutorial requests.

kuroski
kuroski

Sorry for my English. But it could be creating a tutorial that contains:

  • Registration of persons
  • Each person has a "panel" in which they can change passwords or configuration
  • And they can use some service (eg ToDoList)
  • Or they can administer other users (Company with registered staff) cadastram lists for staff

But in October's Facebook page.

They showed this theme + plugin:

https://github.com/daftspunk/dishsmith

https://github.com/daftspunk/dishsmith-plugin

I am studying the code, and so far, it helped a lot.

Not exactly in the creation of plugins (but to understand how to create "applications" using october)

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jlac
jlac

From a new October user perspective it is all a mess, the problem is that documentation is way too brief, lacking examples and way too recursive (in documentation you are reading from a subject you don't understand/know and then you are referred to another topic you don't understand/know too and then again you're referred again and so on).

Documentation needs structured samples from the ground up

daftspunk
daftspunk

Note there is now a Resources section where you can find tutorials and screencasts.

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