Posts tagged ‘Eishockey.net’
Currently I’m helping out Eishockey.net with a web-application to allow for the presentation and management of game sheets for the regional ice-hockey leagues in North Rhine-Westphalia. The public part (viewing game sheets, showing statistics) will be integrated in a Joomla installation running JoomLeague, which is a league management module for Joomla. The internal part (creating, editing and managing game sheets) is a stand a lone application.
The application is fully build on Zend Framework and uses its MVC component. Authentication is handled by Joomla itself and is provided via a proxy-script.
The underlying database is tightly integrated into the JoomLeague database to use its resources (teams, schedules, players and so on). However the application only reads from those resources and writes to its own tables only. This minimizes the impact an installation has on the core components.
I put together some screenshots to give some impression about the application that will (hopefully) come online in August this year.
The list of features includes:
- editing rosters including setting captains and assistants, setting the position (offense, defense, goalkeeper) and the jersey number
- editing scored goals
- editing given penalties
- editing goalkeepers on ice (goalkeeper replacement) to keep track of which goalkeeper was on ice at which point in time
- editing meta data such as referees and attendance
- determination of game-winning- or game-tying-goal
- determination of game-winning, game-tying and/or game-losing goalkeeper
- calculation of player statistics
- games played
- goals, assists, points
- powerplay goals, assists, points
- shorthanded goals, assists, points
- game-winning-goals, game-tying-goals, game-winning-assists, game-tying-assist
- penalty minutes
- calculation of goalkeeper statistics
- games played in goal
- games won, games lost, games tied
- goals against
- goals against average
- we currently lack a save percentage as the data gathering for shots on goal will be quite difficult in these lower leagues
At this point in time the application is feature complete and only some minor things like “top-20-scorer in the league xy” are missing. It’s up to the guys at Eishockey.net to get the thing online now.