@j.e.f.f I actually used the MBA section as the template. Unfortunately, I do not have close to enough experience with js to ensure that it is correct. Is there a section of code that controls if the section is hidden or showing? If I could make the section how even without an upcoming game, then I could see if what I’ve done so far is successful.
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@j.e.f.f I’m in the process of building an all sports dashboard and could use multiple instances. I’d benefit from that feature and other may see a use for it as well. Please, Please
@Spankythemusical you won’t have to touch the front end logic. Your NCAA extension file handles what the front end will receive. Typically the way the other sports work is that the sport is configured with the teams you wish to follow. Then you’ll query for all of “today’s” games, then filter what gets returned to the list of teams to follow. There is a README under the sports directory that goes into more detail about all of this.
You’ll also need to add your sport to the list of supported sports in node_helper.js. It’s an array near the top of the file.
Lastly, in case there are any special CSS requirements for your sport you may need to add some rules to MMM-MyScoreboard.css. But it should look pretty good right out of the box.
In any case I’ll lend a hand when I get back next week.
@P-Bo726 I’m travelling all this week but I’ll see what I can do when I get back.
+1 to NCAAF
This would be amazing
@P-Bo726 So it looks like I’d need to make a pretty significant rewrite to make this module work with multiple instances. Right now my node_helper module stores quite a bit of instance information, including what supported sports modules are required – this part in particular poses a real problem being stored as instance configuration, as opposed to a global module configuration.
I’ll spend some time thinking about how this might be architected, but I don’t think this will happen any time soon, sorry to say.
If you wanted to get your hands dirty, you could manually make multiple instances of this module, but it’s really hacky. Make a copy of the MMM-MyScoreboard directory (Say, MMM-MyScoreBoard2). rename MMM-MyScorboard.js to MMM-MyScoreboard2.js. Do the same to the CSS file and rename it to MMM-MyScoreboard2.css. In the MMM-MyScoreboard2.js file, you’ll need to adjust line 12
Module.register("MMM-MyScoreboard2"and similarly line 38
Finally, do a search and replace in MMM-MyScoreboard2.css and replace all instances of
Now you have two independent modules - MMM-MyScoreboard and MMM-MyScoreboard2 - that you can configure separately in your config file.
You can do this as many times as you like, so long as each time you are using a different name.
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Thank you for the response. I’ll take a look at that hack you provided. If you find some "free’’ time and want to work on the multiple instances I would still find some value in it. No pressure, no hurry. I appreciate all the work you have put into this module and the MM forum in general. Great work!
@P-Bo726 Need to get NFL up and running before anything else. Pre-season starts this week!
Could you get this working with Pointstreak? Lots of minority leagues/sports use Pointstreak such as the UK Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL)
@Krisalexroberts-0 I’ll take a look to see if there is a public data feed available for this. If so, it should be doable. It will take some time to amass all of the logos and such, but I like the potential for many leagues working with a single API.
I still have to finish with NFL – I had it working with last night’s game, but I’d like to run it against next week’s preseason lineup to see if there are any gotchas before I release it.
So far I have requests for NCAAF, Pointstreak and eSports. Should be an interesting summer!