September 19th Weekly Release Notes

It is the second edition of my weekly release notes blog post.  Before I move on to the release notes, I’d like to mention that yesterday was a record setting day in terms of traffic for FantasySP.  I suspect more of these record setting days are on the way in the coming weeks so stay tuned.  I want to thank 3 different people for this occasion:

  1. Myself. For ignoring 99% of people’s advice to me about FantasySP and forging ahead because I believe in my vision.
  2. My new wife, Lesley.  She is one of the few people who best understands what its like to run FantasySP.
  3. The users!  Without you guys FantasySP would have ended years ago.
Now onto the release notes for this week:
  • Transactions are live  in your user panel. They have gone through 3 seperate mini design overhauls and I am finally satisfied with how it looks and functions.  If you aren’t familiar, Transactions for each fantasy league are collected and shown here.  You can move back in your league or forward to the latest transactions.
  • ESPN Transactions Added.  As of right now, CBS and ESPN are supported.  I expect to have Yahoo! added by the end of this week.
  • Fantasy Level Disabled.  The fantasy level bar located in the user panel has been disabled for now.  It will have a new home soon enough.
  • News stories should no longer have ‘black diamond’ icons in them.
  • New User Tips disabled.  I felt as though this just made things a bit too busy in the user panel.
  • NFL Fantasy Surprises activated for the 2011 season!
  • NFL stats have been switched over for the 2011 season!
  • Many roster fixes behind the scenes that are incredibly annoying to do but need to be.
  • Fix for CBSSports fantasy syncing.
  • Minor fixes for fantasy team ratings

Author: Brant Tedeschi

I'm Brant Tedeschi, a web developer and entrepreneur, from New Jersey with a degree in history from Monmouth University. I've been developing start-ups for the past 6 years and am the founder and lead developer of FantasySP. Follow me on Twitter or Google+

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