I would like to share with you the results of multiple evenings I have spent while waiting for the release of our lovely game.
It's a mobile app, serving as a handy guide to WoW Classic.
Idea was to provide a robust and working offline app containing all necessary information in simple form as other sites may be too complex for a quick look.
I found this project entertaining as it could let me come back to WoW, restudy it after a long time break and of course learn new technologies.
I hope you will enjoy "Classic Buddy".
Currently, it contains the following:
- Overview of racials and statistics for all Races
- List of abilities for all Classes, including spell prices and schools for each level
- Talent calculator for each class trees
I plan to extend the app over time to fulfill missing categories.
My next steps are:
- Publication on App Store (iOS)
- Class Quests
Please don't hesitate to share your feedback.
Android (Play Store): https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... _buddy_app
Thanks to @teebling for most icons. :)
It is included already, try to open a Drawer on main screen.
I like this alot!
Wish it was on iOS now so I can view it!
Alot of cool stuff happening in these forums!
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Great work mate! Thanks!
EU PvE - Pyrewood Village - Horde
I believe this is correct, because they are Class/Race combination exclusive abilities. There is information in red color shown to be certain about requirements.Nysalia wrote: ↑1 week agoLooking good!
Noticed that if you go to humans or dwarfs, it shows priests spells in their racials;
Hope you get this going! I can imagine its going to be a tremendous amount of work to add everything completely thats shown.
It's hard to answer really. I do work on it in my free time, beyond daily work and family time. It's my first mobile application and I used completely new to me technologies (I am "retired" programmer, doing management work on daily basis for 4 years).
If I would somehow attempt to measure it, I would say (considering 8h/day)
1-2 weeks of enabling to new tech stack
1 week of building app skeleton with appropriate architecture
1 week for interface design (some own components, i.e. talent calculator)
2 weeks of manual or semi-automatic content database fulfilling (races, classes, talents)
1 week for polishing and preparation for publication
Now it's much easier and faster for me to add something new as I know the essentials.
6 months ago