Before I start, I want to express a couple of things. I love when tutorials are posted, but I find the following things make them difficult to follow:
*Some tutorialsI find are trying to be witty, whimsical, etc. It's just annoying to me. I tend to look at Construct and the way it flows as a series of steps, and I also happen to learn from tutorials better when I have steps clearly written out.
*.Cap files are always great.
*Using pictures of the actual events instead of typing out the text. I have be honest, when people post the text of the events, sometimes I get it sometimes I don't. But the picture of the actual event is way more effective, 100% effective in fact.
*Explanations of why something is used helps us understand when to use it, and many of the tutorials I find are lacking those explanations. I'd suggest tutorials be treated more like you're talking to first-time user because in reality many people may be just that.
What I'd like to see tutorials of
-Hash tables - How to use them, why you'd use them, and when to use them.
-Array - How to use it, why you'd use it, and when to use it.
-Image Manipulator - How to use it, why you'd use it, and when to use it
-Creating different types of menus with Global variables
-Creating a save and load system
-AI - and how you do it in Construct
-Packing your games music and sounds files for the .exe