Rommel wrote:it would be nice if you could have like a "versus" feature where you could simulate in a basic way the outcome between two armies - hehe this would be fairly complex, but cool nonetheless!
i was thinking about it. It is complex, i can make simplified model where tanks not move and have absolute long range.
Rommel wrote:Oh and I wanted to mention that some icons of the tech would be nice - you can actually get them from this link:
nice! Now i can make better analog of WZ Guide than we have now. Thank you!
Sadly we cannot upload icons directly from game data because in Warzone all icons are 3d models actually.
Hmm, all icons have some uniqui names (not an IDs of warzone components), but i hope i will be able to get collation from code..
Rommel wrote:I am pretty sure that once you have it finished the admins would be happy to host it for you here on wz2100.net - at this time it loads pretty fast for me though.
He-he. not sure i can finish, because i like impove my stuff over and over until i get bored with it
There is also another cool JQuery widget called JqTree: http://mbraak.github.io/jqTree/
which would be great for showing the research path for items, hint... hint... It would be a great addition to your web app as this seems the only thing to be lacking at this time, ie a good visual display of the research paths for each tech.
I have experience with jqGrid TreeGrid Mode, recently i was making application with this tree.
Research Tree is not tree, actually. It is a graph. I was thinking how i can draw Research Tree.
I have experience of drawing Research Tree in tree controls, but i think this looks not very good.
Below is part of Research Tree required to research Needle Gun:
Rommel wrote:It would be cool if you had this in the research tab in the right pane below the "Props of selected item" block - ie when you click on a research item it would show the research path in the JqTree.
i can make it easily, but i'm afraid whole page will be too heavy... hmm i need to do some testing on slow PC..
I will continue work on project after a few days.