Yes, I assume my path was like others:
- Quick start
- Puck.js examples/tutorials
- Puck Reference section
- Full Reference section
There are a lot of pages and, if I can be honest, it's a bit confusing. I popped back and forth quick a bit, not clear where I was. As I UX designer, I'd suggest a stronger home page that you don't leave. Just have a strong puck.js landing page with clear nav sections on the left:
- Setting up the puck
- Setting up the WebIDE (with a simple 'blink' style example)
- Puck.js function reference (with pins all functions)
I appreciate that you can't do the last one easily but if that puck.js 'reference' section listed the top 10 likely commands I'd use and then point to the full reference section (with my previous caveat about warning me about pins before heading over) That would be fine.
Sorry, I'm a UX designer and I can't leave well enough alone. I'm loving playing with the puck, my comments are just meant to help improve your on-boarding process.