We have finished upgrading our website

in Hive Power2 years ago (edited)

Here is an operation that we wanted to do for a long time and it is now done. For the better!

The HiveBuzz website uses the Vue.js Progressive JavaScript Framework and we have been wishing for a long time to upgrade to the latest Vue3 version, which was released over a year ago.

To upgrade or not to upgrade?

The easiest choice seemed to be to update the existing site by simply upgrading its components.

At first glance it seemed quite easy but, given the complexity of some parts of the existing site, it did not go as smoothly as we expected. After several rather unsuccessful in-place upgrade attempts, we decided to go the route of starting (almost) from scratch.

For this, we created a whole new project and incorporated parts of existing code that could be migrated. The rest has been completely rewritten. This helped clean up our code and logic that still had a few years on the clock.

Not new but new soontm

The big frustration with this kind of work is that it's all under the hood and it doesn't have a great visual impact. Those who hope to see big changes on the site will probably be disappointed because the current site looks like the old one.

On the other hand, it's a major and long-awaited change for us as we will now be able to move up a gear.

We were stuck with the existing version and were very hesitant to invest time in new developments that would subsequently require a lot of updating work. We no more are reluctant as the upgrade to the new version of Vue.js also allowed us to update many other components that we use. Kind of two birds with one stone.

Therefore, we are happy to announce that in the next few days new interesting features will be put into production.

Let's tease you a bit

For those who haven't noticed, we did a small update a while ago but we didn't advertise much about it.

For those participating in the Power Up Month, we added a small gauge below the current period PUM badge to enable them to track their eligibility for the PUM badge at the end of the month.

The gauge indicates the number of days they correctly performed a power-up or a post with a 100% HP payout. A green gauge means that everything is in order at the moment. Should they have forgotten or not yet done their power up or their daily post, then the gauge turns red.

It's a nice addition but we're sure there's a way to do better and we'll show you how in a few days... Stay tuned!

The Hivebuzz Team

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HiveBuzz is a project created by @arcange


Yes, the timer feature is so cool, because you dont have to worry about time zones and do on. It’s easy to see if you’ve done the work. 😊❤️🤔

Glad you like it @itsostylish. Expect it to be even better soontm


The gauge indicates the number of days they correctly performed a power-up or a post with a 100% HP payout. A green gauge means that everything is in order at the moment. Should they have forgotten or not yet done their power up or their daily post, then the gauge turns red.

I love this function. It helps me to track HPUM progress easily.
What is the update frequency of the badge status?
Today, I already powered up 30 mins ago and my badge is still red

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Update is made every hour.

Thanks for your information!

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Great work @hivebuzz team 😁

I did see the little gauge under the PUM badge. It is a great addition, as sometimes you just don’t know if you did “your day” and all went well.
Very much appreciated! It helps a lot.

Have a great day further 👋🏻🐝

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Thank you @littlebee4. Have a great day too.

You are welcome @hivebuzz 👋🏻
Thanks a lot!

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Hmmm,,,, still waiting to be upgraded in my phone and I believe der will be great features introduced

It's coming...

You are doing great work, thank you.

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Thank you @rtonline

Awesome news! The HPUM gauge is super useful, and can't wait to discover new features soon! All your work is very valuable to the community. Keep it up!

Thank you for your feedback @michelmake

you at Hivebuzz are doing a great job! Thanks for such all the tools you are giving us!

Thank you Hivebuzz for all the support you gave us, good job, I appreciate it very much. Greetings and many blessings.

Thank you

Congratulations and thanks for keeping us updated on the developments that are happening. I love the feature on the PUM.

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Bonjour @arcange ,
Je voulais voir mes transfers in/out sur une période longue (6 mois / 1 an voir plus) j'ai pensé à HiveSQL, j'ai envoyé 1 HBD comme indiqué dans ton explication, j'ai reçu des identifiants mais le site ne semble plus être en ligne. Y'a-t-il un autre service où je pourrais voir des données analytiques, comme il y avait sur steem la DB de jesta ou steemworld, ou steemdetective ? Un ou plusieurs de ces services sont venus accompagner Hive ?
Merci d'avance

L'accès à HiveSQL ne se fait pas via un site web mais l'aide de client MS-SQL
steemworld a été "remplacé" par hivetasks.com

d'acc, j'ai téléchargé ms smc faut que je trouve du temps pour m'y mettre. Hivetasks est unune tres pale copie de steemworld, dommage


I have someone who wants to join hive but it showing this.
Please What can I do about it

Contact the Ecency support team

thanks hivebuzz!

Hola @hivebuzz me parece excelente los felicito ❤️🤗🌹

thank you for all that you do!

Que bueno que lleve ese registro les facilitará el seguimiento a los participantes . Lo tomaré en cuenta cuando comience de nuevo y no parar.

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