One thing that sets good tools apart from great tools is great documentation. I'm working on making Nodewood's documentation great, but I also what to provide supplementary material that goes further into depth, but doesn't quite fit the "documentation style."
Today, I published "An In-Depth Look At Developing A Simple Feature With Nodewood" (https://nodewood.com/blog/an-in-depth-look-at-developing-a-simple-feature-with-nodewood/). Essentially, it's how to start building a Customer Relationship Management service, starting from simple customer CRUD, and how to do that with Nodewood, explaining all the concepts along the way.
It's lengthy, but a lot of that is code, and a lot of that is explaining concepts as we go. Ideally, this should give people who are on the fence about Nodewood a better idea of all the concepts and how they come together.