Published on Monday, 05 September 2011 11:33
- Battle.net allows a single website to call for approximately 3000 queries to their new API. If it's called client-side, the queries will count as individual ones and not from the web server.
Also HTML5 and CSS3 are being used more and more in new world wide websites and in new templates. I've thus decided to make usage of them, introducing browser-generated gradients (ok, it's not THAT usage of new technology, but anyway). I'm unsure whenever to create backward compatibility layers, but I'll for sure try to make things work on all the LATEST versions of every browser I can test.
With the new API I'm even able to get the detailed progress of heroic modes, switching back to a character-bound logic (from a guild-logic one). In the settings thus you'll have to set a single character instead of a guild. This has two effects, good or bad they can be:
- You'll be able to track your personal progress if you like
- As of (1), you'll have to choose the most active character in the raid to match 100% coincidence with the guild progress
5.x will most probably NOT compatible with J! 1.5, as I'm pointing to the latest (stable) version of the CMS for this work.