If you navigate to the Dungeons section of your personal data logs, you'll now find some nicer reports and charts that match what is available in the Dungeons section of the site. If you notice any errors or have an idea for more data visualizations, please leave some feedback. The detailed reports for other sections are coming later.
Now that Summoner's War has implemented secure communications, extra steps are necessary to use SW-Exporter. Unfortunately these extra steps are only compatible with iOS devices and Android 6.0 or older. Newer Android versions have security policies that prevent SWEX from working, unless you have root access. See this reddit post for more details.
Update 2019-08-21: Summoner's War has again re enabled https
Summoner's War has started using secure communications to their game servers, rendering the SWEX proxy and PCAP parsing useless at this time. What does this mean? First of all - it's about damn time. With all the account security issues over the past several years, this should have been implemented a long time ago. Second, it sucks for the people like myself who develop tools for this game. We have all spent countless hours developing tools for this game. I have spent about $1000 of my own money on hosting costs, even with donations and Patreon support.
All that said, Xzandro and I are looking into options and we will update the community if any progress is made. At this time I can make no promises and no ETA. There is a discussion going on at the SW-Exporter github here.
There's a new button up in the top bar that links to a new section of the site. At this time, the Dungeon section contains all of the global data analysis (for dungeons only, of course - more on that later) giving you insight into all of the drop rates.
Future plans for this section include:
To provide a place for the other non-dungeon data log reports, I will also be adding an item and building reference section. Any buildings or items with associated data logs will have the statistical reports available there.
Those are great plans, but the next step for the site is implementing the data log statistics and filtering for your personal accounts.
Xzandro and I have just released a big update to SW-Exporter. Check out the release for the feature list. The big item is the external plugin support - now anyone can write plugins for SW-Exporter! Details of developing plugins are in the readme.
Specifically for the SWARFARM logger plugin, I have a couple new features. First, the plugin now authenticates with the provided API key when logging events. This fixes an issue where some users have multiple SWARFARM accounts associated with the same in-game accounts, and SWARFARM did not know which account to attach log events to. The API key will ensure that a specific SWARFARM account is used.
Second, there is now support for multiple API keys by entering a JSON mapping instead of just a plain API key. The mapping provides an association between your in-game account number and the API key. The mapping should look like this:
I have set up an example in an online JSON editing tool for you to start with here. Be sure to check if your mapping is valid before using it in the plugin! You can add as many new entries to the mapping as you have accounts.
The first, shorter number is your in-game account ID. This matches the number in the profile json filename you normally import into SWOP and SWARFARM. For example, if the profile JSON filename is
porksmash-44553123.json, your account number is
44553123. The second longer alphanumerical string is your SWARFARM API key. To find or generate an API key, log into the website, click on your account name, and select Edit Profile. There is an API key field there with a generate button.
The final update for the SWARFARM logger plugin is that it will automatically update itself if the server has changed the in-game events that can be logged. I do this occasionally to add new areas of the game to log, or fix bugs because I am not requesting the right data. This was a problem for people who leave SW-Exporter running for extended periods of time.