[development] Forms API newbie guide?
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Mon Jun 19 13:38:27 UTC 2006
On Sunday 18 June 2006 19:39, Shawn wrote:
> Don't get me wrong - what documentation does exist is great, and thanks
> are given to all the contributors. What is lacking (unless I haven't
> found it yet) is what I consider the "hand holding" type of documents to
> get from zero knowledge about Drupal code to creating the average types
> of modules. An average module would have database tables and forms to
> create/update data, as well as pure content management type routines.
> The current Module Developers Guide is a great start. But misses some
> of the details that make everything "click" for a new Drupal coder.
I am so glad I'm not the only one who feels this way. I can't contribute to
the documentation to make it better or fill in the gaps, because I don't even
know what questions to ask to get the answers I'm looking for. After a while,
I begin to stop asking questions, because it's obvious everyone else gets it,
so it must just be that I'm a moron for not intuitively just figuring it all
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