MyFantasyLeague Drupal Module
I got my first Drupal contributed module published: MyFantasyLeague!
The point of the module is to let people who are in a MyFantasyLeague.com league show their league standings, weekly results, and live scoring on their Drupal site. It uses the MyFantasyLeague.com public API to get the data from the site. Currently, it only works in head to head leagues (which is far and away the most common format), and you can only set up a global league for your Drupal site.
There are many features I would like to add to the module over time. Here are a few:
1. Allow individual users on the Drupal site to configure their own fantasy league, instead of only having one global league for the whole Drupal site.
2. Allow for leagues that aren’t head to head.
3. Allow the user to choose which columns to display on the standings page.
Anybody who downloads my module, please give me your feedback. Any suggestions and/or bug reports would be very helpful!
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