April 12, 2014 Maithilish



About CodeTab


Many open source software documentations come with a quick start tutorial, reference documentation and probably some well crafted demos. While, Quick start tutorial introduces beginners to the product, demo showcases the features and versatility of the software and reference documentation covers the advanced aspects, like customization, API, configuration, etc. Usually, Reference Documentations are exhaustive and highly technical in nature, which essentially caters to the advanced users.

For beginners and intermediate users, the most helpful resource is the Quick start tutorial. But in many cases, beyond that, it’s an information black hole. To assemble a project, they have to go through many Q&A, user forums to pick bits and pieces of code, ideas and tips. Some developers will persist through this to become advanced users. But many would simply give up as they need a comprehensive tutorial or a project oriented guide, that covers more ground than the quick start tutorials. CodeTab offer such tutorials and guides.

Our free online tutorials are for beginners and intermediate users, which covers the tough spots of the software and also important aspects required to assemble a complete project from scratch. Objective of our tutorials is to complement and to fill the gaps in the product documentation.


We Need Feedback!


If you find a typographical error in our guides, or if you have thought of a way to make them better, we would love to hear from you! Please mail the details to us.

If you have a suggestion for improving the documentation, try to be as specific as possible when describing it. If you have found an error, please include the section number and some of the surrounding text so we can find it easily.