I agree, however, I noticed that the tutorials focus more on creating the environment. There is very little out there regarding how to code the environment once you create it. It seems as if, as an educator, I need to already know how to use Blockly or Java to teach students how to use this tool. As such, I have needed to rely heavily on this platform and asking questions directly regarding how to do things. It would be nice to have tutorials that explain each of the Blockly blocks and how to use them.