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The last weeks I've been really busy with real life stuff. I've moved away from my hometown and now live in Dresden.
I'm also planning my road trip through the United States at the same time.

That plus some freelance work I still had to do kept me from working on UTT, but now I'm back. My battle station is set up and most of the points on my todo list are crossed out.


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This is what I have so far.

There will be a small, fixed, unannotated 30 day graph at the top. Further down the page, there will be a fully labeled graph that will have the options following options:
Hourly (72 hours) Daily (30 days) Daily (All time)

OR

We could have 2 large graphs visible at once.
So you could see the long and short term trends with one glance.

That's something that's still to be determined. Any input on that would be welcome.
Do we even need the small graph up top, if we have 2 large graphs down the page? Or would one large graph with time range selection suffice?


What will happen next?
Firstly, I have to design examples for every page (Home, Advanced Search, Lists / Squads, Player, Consumables and so on).
Once I have all the design done, I start to connect the pages with the database. At that point the example content will be replaced with actual data.

The plan is obviously to release the next version of UTT at or around the launch of FIFA 15.

Comments:
Jeff 3 years ago
Just discovered this site, and it is awesome. I really like the idea of the 2 graphs viewable at once. Mainly the 30 day and 72 hour ones. I believe the all time is a good idea, but far less necessary for those trying to make educated purchases. Job well done on all of this, and thank you for such a handy tool. It has already saved me a great deal of coins
Sergio 3 years ago
One really cool thing would be a record kept for the highest selling price of a player ever record and specific date. For example, if Rooney sells much higher after he has played on the weekend, or sells lower throughout the middle of the week. Thus to see the best time to sell and make coins, or the best time to buy to save coins. Thanks
Aaron 3 years ago
I personally love the idea of 72 hours, 30 days, all time and I prefer it as opposed to the two graphs showing short term and long term, and as well as trying some way of making it run while the web app is down for maintenance or whatever EA say the web app is down for, you could add in a tax calculator and profit calculator too, which would be a great help! But something which would top this page off, is a mobile app for iPhone alongside the android app you have running.
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