Wind Trader Emeritus
Wind Trader Emeritus
I've been putting off writing this post for awhile now, but honestly, it's come to the point of merely delaying the inevitable. I think it's time to close the doors on future development of the WoW-GPS project. Make no mistake, although this may seem abrupt, this has not been an easy decision to make. This is a project that I've personally invested hundreds of hours in, personal resources, and to not be able to see 2.0 come to full fruition is particularly disappointing. I'll try to spell out of
A few weeks ago, I outlined some tentative plans for the future of this project. Although I wasn't very specific, it's been something I've been thinking about a lot and really wrestling with the past couple weeks. I started playing D3 again last week, thinking it might help to rekindle some interest/motivation to get back into WoW. After put a lot of thought into it, here's where I'm at in term of WoW, specifically in regards to gold-making:
Back when I first started getting into
2014 has been quite a whirlwind as far as API Web Projects are concerned. I thought I'd take some time to recap some of what's happened and (since I know it's been quite awhile since my last blog post) setup some of what's still to come in 2015.
2014 has seen:
- A new vision for the WoW-GPS project
- TUJ close
- TSM launched a new API-driven website
- TUJ reopen, with a new look and some different features
- Wowuction was updated for WoD, keeping
Just wanted to throw up a quick post with a little preview of what I was thinking for the new, dynamic shuffler.
Here's a jsfiddle with the basic framework: http://jsfiddle.net/kqyg9my7/21/ (updated)
A few notes:
1) There's a lot missing, UI-wise, from this example. Each of the items will obviously have some sort of valuation to visually help process data, and also a toggle to either include/exclude specific routes.
2) With the new account setup, I'd
Well, I took a bit of a detour there to develop a separate, AH notifications application: http://alerts.wow-gps.net/. Things seem stable, and the application is currently not costing anything to support/maintain, and I've just opened up the BETA for everyone, so I'm going to leave that alone for now and shift my attention back to the main 2.0 project. If the usage on the notification app starts creeping up towards the free limits for the server(s) and resources, I might have to pop back over to