It may seem inappropriate that after picking up Mason a month ago I am
now writing tutorials on it. On the other hand maybe it is perfectly
appropriate: everytime I learn an API or something I always think of
the little potholes in the *available* documentation that I would have
addressed, to help other people doing the same thing later save some
time solving unnecessary mysteries. I've never actually put my money
where my mouth is until now, since AFAICT there are 0-very few simple
introductory tutorials about mason:
I'm not affiliated with ozzu.com, by the way, beyond being a member.
The "tutorial" is intended to be read more or less concurrently to the
first few chapters of The Mason Book. It builds a small example web
app, "The Mason Internet Zoo".
SO: The first thing I wanted to do now the tutorial is "complete" and
on-line is invite you people to take a look and give me some criticism;
I believe you can do that at ozzu or (my preference) here. It would be
nice to have this tutorial adherr to as high a standard as possible,
and for that I need your feedback. Who knows? It could even become
something more elaborate...
Thanks in advance!
ps. the demo app is not hosted at ozzu or anywhere else (you have to
download and "install" it if you want to see it, altho probably just
looking at the source code is enough). But if anyone knows of anywhere
that might be willing to host it (it's very small and presumably would
not see a lot of use), please please let me know!