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Tutorials are complete example of how to build something practical. They are step-by-step and self-contained providing all necessary content inline and may combine many different products. They usually cover a single specific use case.


Explain what the problem is and outline the steps that you'll take to overcome it in bullet points.

Note: The opening has no heading as the heading should serve this purpose.


Every tutorial has its own problem to solve. Use headings and sections that align with the steps one would take to overcome the problem.


Reflect on:

Point to resources:

External Tutorials

We can include tutorial entries for content that is actually elsewhere, such as on the blog. This is useful for bringing Tutorial Tuesday content and X with Y posts into the developer portal so that users can find other content that may be of interest.

To create an external tutorial, create a markdown file with just frontmatter. It should look something like this:

title: Anything-to-SMS with IFTTT and Nexmo
products: messaging/sms
description: This is a description that will be shown on the tutorials list page
    - Node

These will be rendered as tutorials in the tutorial listing pages, but when clicked the user will go to the original source of the content.