So I’m giving thought to what’ll come after Kilgrave. One thing that comes to mind is that the event pages are pretty lame. So the next major release will be “Ragnarok” and it’ll deal with the the lists/views/display of Warzones and Events. It’ll probably also address event/warzone views for clubs and battlefields.
So if you have any suggestions on what you’d like to see on event type listings let me know at our Help portal or comment here or drop me an email at email@example.com.
So I’m working on Kilgrave mK III, the last mark of this particular release and here’s what I have planned:
- Modelling Project Stats
- A Revised Dashboard that shows things that require attention.
- Bug fixes identified by mK II.
Now, that’s not to say that I won’t go back and revisit the profiles and player stats. It’s just that I think I have this bit sorted for now – or more accurately that I’ve achieved the goal of providing certain features. So if you’ve found a bug, have an idea for an improvement or what have you… Bestest: Support Portal. More best: Comment here. Best: email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Friday I released the newest version of iToysoldiers: Kilgrave mK II. In addition to all the really slick stuff that was part of Kilgrave, there’s now content stats!
If you visit your player profile you’ll see a “Stats” tab. Click on that. Then click the “Content” sub tab. There you’ll see an overview of the content you’ve submitted to iToysoldiers along with some page view, comment, and salute values. I wanted to make sure that if you’re using iToysoldiers to chronicle the glory of your miniature wargaming armies that you can see that folks are reading your stuff. The detailed statistics are largely based on the kind of information that Blogspot provides. I figured if it was good enough for them it’d be good enough for us.
Also there’s some bug fixes – specifically new players and how their profile displays. Now there’s no more floating headers without content. I’ve also tweaked some bits of the theme to be a bit more “what you might expect”. Little fiddly bits (like the logout button doesn’t show up if you’re not logged in – stuff like that) which weren’t huge but needed to be addressed.
So now, Kilgrave has all the above plus what was announced here.
If your curious here’s what the Kilgrave release contains (including all marks) to date:
- Updated Player profiles
- Updated Home page for anonymous visitors
- Updated Stats page layout
- Updated Content page layout
- Updated Battle Stats
- Updated Content Stats
- A new Help Portal
- Various Bug fixes
Now I just have to get Kilgrave mK III in the wild and then I’ll be able to start work on “Ragnorok”. Yay! As always, if you have any comments, issues, suggestions, I aim to please. You can email me at rob@itoysoldiers, comment here, or submit something on the Help Portal. Zip on over to iToysoldiers and checkout the new hotness!
Good morning, Commander!
So last week I released Kilgrave which did some really cool things for player profiles and battle stats. Alas, as per usual, I found some stuff that made me unhappy when it actually hit the site. The most glaring of these is for newish players. Profile and stat screens had headers all over the place and no content in the section. Why? Well, it’s cause there wasn’t anything to display. That’s kind of annoying. There were also a couple of other bugs introduced by some of the backend stuff I put into place. Nothing huge but still…
So… What I’ve been working on this week is Kilgrave mK II. It’s primarily a bug fix release but it’ll also bring content stats into the stats page (stuff like how many page views, salutes, comments your blogs, galleries, modelling projects, etc have). Hopefully I’ll have this released by Friday.
After that I’ll start work on Kilgrave mK III. The plan for this bad boy is to address modelling project statistics and the dashboard (which I’m going to be revamping).
So that’s the short term plan. If you haven’t checked out the new stuff then zip over to your player profile and take a gander. I’m pretty pleased. Oh! And of course, if you find any issues do not hesitate to let me know. You can either visit the new Help Portal or drop me an email at email@example.com. ‘course you could comment here. I’m pretty flexible.