You’re right, every tutorial shouldn’t explain all the minor bits and pieces that can of course be learned elsewhere (and your content is great doing that), but, step-by-step instructions don’t imply that. What I meant was more directed to hand-holding for what you need to do to test what you learned and not explain every bit and piece along the way.
I’m following the official documentation, which to my surprise is pretty **** good! What I suggest is, in each topic, have a mini section with links to the documentation bits that dives deeper in those topic specifics. The time investment constraint is more than understandable and you’ve done a lot, since I’m looking into this myself, I can post some good additions I might find.
Setting up Input in C++
Exposing functions and properties to Blueprints"