Dtutorials - Drupal Tutorials Aggregation Project Launched!

07 Sep · by Tim Kamanin · 2 min read

I always wanted to find one place, where all Drupal Tutorials are stored. Yes, we have cool handbooks at Drupal, we have various Drupal blogs with cool content and long lists, but finding a new info takes time. You need to check here, check there, etc. So I decided to launch a small project called dtutorials.com.

This is digg/reddit kind directory with links to various interesting Drupal Tutorials divided by categories, drupal versions and modules. I'm planning to put a content by myself, but you can also help and this help is very valuable. Just sign up for an account and submit your own tutorials or tutorials you have in your bookmarks. After a short review of a submitted content, I will publish it on dtutorials.com (on initial stage, I need to do this way, to avoid spammers). Also, registered users can vote for tutorials (+1 system), leave comments without an approval and bookmark favorite tutorials.

I really hope this project will be useful for any developers and we'll be able to gather a good library of cool Drupal Tutorials. The project is fresh (uploaded today), so please, leave your comments, thoughts and error reports here. Any feedback is welcome.

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Hey, just checked out the site again and I'm now allowed to click on the source; thought I tried that previously. Sorry!

Reply · 8 years, 3 months ago

This looks great! As I mentioned previously, I had wanted to do this and you beat me to it. This is great! Thanks. One suggestion is to add a view which allows users to sort by source. This would make it much simpler to locate presentation from specific events (ie Drupalcon) as well as make it much simpler to determine if the newest tutorial from so-and-so has been added. Thanks for a great site!

Reply · 8 years, 3 months ago
Nancy Wichmann

I think this is a great idea. I hope it realy takes off. I'd like to see D5, D6, and D7 added to the filtering capabilities. There is some text overlap on the front page (top, right) in IE7, plus the page is too wide for my monitor (I hate scrolling right and left).

Reply · 8 years, 3 months ago