It’s been a while since the last update, but there have been too many upgrades and changes to street footie since then to list them all. In this update, we’d like to focus on the changes to the Academy, the new Shop street footie store, and performance improvements.
The last time we spoke about the Academy, it was rebranded from ‘Channels.’ Today, we have exciting news to share! street footie’s Academy is a comprehensive soccer database that is right now in the building stage. We will have more exciting news to share with you in the future regarding the features of the Academy.
Arenas will catalog soccer/football stadia and how these grounds relate to the football game as a whole. At the time of writing, we are in the process of setting up our database to digest all of the data we collected.
The card shows key information about the stadium: the featured competition of the arena, its name, location, and capacity. Clicking on the card will take you to the Arena page of the stadium.
Competitions, similarly to Arenas, will catalog all of the global competitions that make up the beautiful game. In this first phase of development, our goal is to create an easy-to-use visual to allow the user to explore the different competitions in the world game.
The Clubs section is still a work in progress but features a club’s basic details, primary competition, country, and location. You can now view the club’s roster, arena, competitions, and rival clubs on the single Club Page. All parts of the club listing are clickable for easy navigation.
Catalog of the personnel of the world game. For the first phase, we are adding players. We are excited to share with you how all this connects in the future, but that’s all we can say for now.
The card features the players’ name, position, current club, and primary nationality.
The datapoints tracker shows the growing number of entries in our database in real-time, sectioned into hours. Follow the progress street footie is making by checking the datapoints tracker.
Performance & Security
street footie’s servers have been upgraded for increased performance during high-traffic hours. We also implemented cloud microservices to help with the processing load on the server.
We will continue to look for ways to optimize the website to maximize the user experience.
- eFootball PES 2021 page has been renamed ‘eFootball’
- Added new Academy front page
- Improved search function, and search dashboard
- Styling changes