Glad to hear you achieved what you were trying to do! (Thanks Matt for helping so much on this thread.)
Since you asked about helping with things, there are a few ways you can contribute:
(1) answering questions by others on this forum
(2) submitting improvements to the documentation, such as code examples (full code examples or small code example snippets after documentation of specific functions).
(3) If you find there are some specific features you've made which would be helpful for others, please consider making a pull request on our Github for us to include them in the library. If you do want to do this, though, please contact us first to ask if the contributions are in line with the overall design of the library.