Well, it took me a lot longer than planned, but Visual Studio 2010
came with so many neat features, I had to convert LibWowArmory
over and use them all.
And when I'm on a roll, I can't stop. Not only did I convert the project to VS2010, I also took the time to add three brand new classes to the mix. AchievementStrings is a class that returns strings of achievements and achievement categories, and is required by the new CharacterFeed class. The CharacterFeed class returns a list of events such as achievements and achievement criteria completed, bosses killed, and loot won.
But the grand opening of ItemTooltip is the one I'm most excited about. Thanks to Lukan Schwigtenberg
, I was able to integrate all of the data that makes a WoW tooltip a WoW tooltip. There is a lot of data that you can get about an item now, and it will be interesting to see if it can be put to good use.
This release completes all of the character and item data you can get from the Armory. I also plan on working on guild, arena, and auction house data in the future, although I don't know when I'll get to it.
Besides, I have a ton of other projects to upgrade. Fun times!