I’ve been working on the next version of the mooWalkthrough, 1.2.x. It works with the 1.2.x version of Mootools.
I wrote it this time to be a lot shorter in terms of words. It shouldn’t take you more than an hour to read through the basics. That’s because I don’t spend time making jokes and filling up the page with long lines of useless junk. Just to give you a perespective on the size of the walkthrough now, the first version of the walkthough was about 40.2kB. The previous version, walkthrough-1.2, was about 43.8kB. The new walkthough comes in at a tiny 31.7kB. At this point in time, it’s also covering slightly more in terms of functionality.
I wrote the new walkthrough to also accomadate some more complex aspects of mootools, like Request. Is Request really so complex though? It is if you don’t know the basics. So, I split it up inside the walkthrough. It’s basically a big experiment. I haven’t written that part yet, I will soon though. I’d like to get the basic part up though first. I’d like to cover a lot of advanced uses of Mootools and of course some of the plugins that come with Mootools. (Of course, tons of plugins will come with Mootools soon via mootools-more, but I mean the original set like Fx.Slide.)
I’d like to have anyÃ‚Â feedback you have concerning the mooWalkthrough. I tried to make it not like a tutorial but instead a walkthrough of tools.
So that’s enough about me.