Updates to FantasySP, December 2015 Edition

The last time you heard about a site update was December of 2014.  So much has happened since then.  You can catch up on some of the bigger features on our fantasy points blog.

The following list highlights some of our bigger features that we released in order from newest to oldest…

  • The Fantasy Feed has launched, which is a way to keep track of important information for your fantasy league and team.  Think of it as a Facebook feed but for your fantasy team.
  • Hot/Cold Streaks have been added for players.
  • Game Log has been added to the Fantasy Assistant
  • Fantasy Assistant speed optimizations
  • FantasySP supports next generation browser protocol known as h2. (This means a faster browsing and loading experience)
  • Player images update more frequently
  • NFL strength of schedule defensive matchup colors added
  • Optimal Lineups have been added to NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB fantasy leagues
  • Support for FanDuel & DraftKings daily fantasy leagues have been added.
  • Added Top Free Agents section inside the fantasy assistant
  • Added more scoring settings for fantasy football
  • Public Projections offered for NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB leagues
  • Fantasy Assistant top nav switches based on the sport you select
  • Added Lineup Options box inside the fantasy assistant
  • Update My Roster layout inside the fantasy assistant
  • Sticky Headers added to various tables so you can scroll down and see the headers
  • I moved across the country to Colorado. (non FantasySP related, but worth noting)
  • Projections section added to Fantasy Assistant
  • Improved Player Projection accuracy for all sports
  • Added a bunch of new scoring categories for various sports… especially baseball
  • Fixes for baseball player stats
  • Add/ Delete & Manage Teams added to the fantasy assistant

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+