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- Fri Oct 11, 2019 10:02 am
- Forum: Projects / Applications
- Topic: GAMEYE announcement
- Replies: 0
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Haven’t reposted since the old v1 site. www.gameye.app Full tracking of your collection, price data, wishlists, crazy filtering options, barcode scanner, a scanner that can identify loose cartridges (since 2016!) https://youtu.be/bWge75gQhB8 Imports from all major services. Just contact through the ...
- Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:26 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Most fields are missing from /Games/byPlatformID
- Replies: 4
- Views: 127
Correct me if I'm wrong Zero or someone else, but I believe the documentation might be wrong here. I think the idea behind getting all the games of a platform is for a quick general list. Then you can use the IDs you've gathered to accurately query the more detailed APIs in large batches.
- Sat Aug 24, 2019 9:48 pm
- Forum: Developers
- Topic: Suggested changes after AEL front-end development
- Replies: 3
- Views: 145
The point of the low number of calls is to force high traffic users to mirror the data. I’m not sure if you were with us before, but the serever was completely overloaded and therefore unstable. Sometimes going down for a very long time. The majority of those abusive calls came from the rom scrapers...
One of the biggest issues with that is that many fields don't agree across platforms. For example: release date. Obviously Mario Bros. has been released multiple times over the last 20 years Overview: Features change, graphics get updated, new modes are added, etc... Publisher/Developer: Often chang...
IMO, a fuzzy search (one implementation of which is similar to what you said, searching each word) is a common approach, or rather the only approach thatb works. Otherwise, you give a false idea that these games do not exist and incur more duplicates. At minimum, a fuzzy search should be used when a...