tutorialdb - search engine 🔍 for programming tutorials

𝔹𝕙𝕦𝕡𝕖𝕤𝕙 𝕍𝕒𝕣𝕤𝕙𝕟𝕖𝕪 👾 on October 06, 2019

TLDR; Hey guys I just launched tutorialdb, it's a small scale search engine for programming tutorials. Why did you make that ? The... [Read Full]
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Great job Bhupesh.

I like the tool, but then I saw the Github repo and you use Django/DRF. Next week I have a 3-days weekend, so I'm going to try to contribute to the project (for your own sake, not with the UI/UX 😅).


I would move the search box to the top, in order to avoid scrolling. And maybe increase its size. I would also maybe add a counter with the number of results for a given tag and disable tags that have no results.

Nice work!


Thanks a lot José, there is actually an open issue about this (it may get fixed with future release.)
The counter idea looks really nice(going to open the issue).
Feel free to report any other issues @github.com/Bhupesh-V/tutorialdb/is...


Wow, I was just thinking of making a resource aggregation tool and it looks like you've done it. I immediately wanted to contribute but then I found out it's not built with Javascript which is the only language I know :(.

Anyway, the graphics and icons are looking super cool, and I like that it has a catchy acronym - TDB! I'm excited to see the progress of your web app.


I like the idea.
Possibility to filter by language should be really useful for non-english speaking beginners.

And thanks for sharing this tool on Dev.to so I could catch it here.


What about add one dropdown (same like as Type) with languages on contribute page? And then another one on search page as Filter.


Nice, but I was interested in Java tutorials and I got plenty of javascript tutorials (

I think you have to show exact matches first.

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