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    sourc3code reacted to AqChrysaetos in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Thanks for you work, guys!
    But what happened  to the archive, and I don’t see its download link in the last 2 days? Does anyone else have this problem?
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    sourc3code reacted to EpicGord in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    That's great project and will help alot of players that play on mobile as they found it difficult to search through their bet history unlike dicebot where it's easy to search through betting archive.
    Thanks for contributing to primedice community.
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    sourc3code got a reaction from Katarina in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
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    sourc3code got a reaction from GeorgeFeb in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
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    sourc3code got a reaction from AqChrysaetos in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Made a few updates to the Primedice bet history viewer:
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" If there's anything else, please let me know and I'll see what I can do about adding/updating the site.
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    sourc3code got a reaction from Blahx in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
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    sourc3code got a reaction from Chikou1306 in February! In gambling, will it be better or worse than January?   
    I truly hope so as January was horrible for me - But so far, it's been just as bad for me this month. Not sure how much more I can take of this, but really hoping that my luck turns around sometime in the near future. Its been way too long since Ive actually won anything.
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    sourc3code got a reaction from Blahx in [0.0012BTC] [Raffle - 62] Ultra's Raffles! Enter your names here!   
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    sourc3code reacted to Jelanstream in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Wow! I mean this is very helpful project to easily track our bet's it's very helpful to challenge's also here on forum that we need 
    to hunt the exact number. Thanks for sharing it mates very very awesome ❤️
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    sourc3code reacted to katsuragi in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    No waaaaaay when is the site out source i really want to get it into use right now amazing idea hoppe you keep it fast and able to improve new things that will popup
    keep it greeen men good luck with this proyect
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    sourc3code reacted to Kristoffff in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    just what we needed man! Major props! 
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    sourc3code reacted to jamyr in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Thank you for making it a lot simpler and easier.

    The last time there was a challenge I might have participated unknowingly, it was a pain to get that bet archive, download, have to install json formatter and yada yada yada yada.
     
    Would recommend this for sure if a human on chat asks for a way to check bets that are already archived.
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    sourc3code got a reaction from Muffin20 in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
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    sourc3code got a reaction from EpicGord in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
  16. Upvote
    sourc3code got a reaction from AqChrysaetos in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
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    sourc3code got a reaction from williamsh in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
  18. Like
    sourc3code got a reaction from mgod in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
  19. Upvote
    sourc3code got a reaction from jamyr in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
  20. Thanks
    sourc3code got a reaction from jullifit in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
  21. Like
    sourc3code got a reaction from Nesyeg in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
  22. Like
    sourc3code got a reaction from Darko in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
  23. Like
    sourc3code got a reaction from Sokah in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Hello world! One thing that has come to my attention is that the bet archive files here at Primedice are quite difficult to navigate as they are in JSON format. In a collaboration with @Edward I've come up with an easier way to view as well as search through them. Introducing Betsesh - a Primedice Bet History viewer for your JSON-formatted bet archive files.This web app allows you to upload a JSON file from your Bet Archives and view/search filter through them which can be very helpful for things such as challenges. Here are some of the features added so far for the v1.0 release:
    Ability to upload multiple archive files together and view them simultaneously Search feature to quickly find a specific roll result, bet amount, etc Multi-sortable columns allowing you to sort by more than one attribute To do so, click the first column you want to sort by, then hold SHIFT and click the second one. The first column will be the one it primarily sorts by. Lightning fast uploads and data rendering Integrated & Independent roll verifier to check rolls for validity/fairness Click on the row you want to verify and then click the verify link + New Updates - Feb 8
    Added Multiplier (x) as requested Decreased size of font to accommodate more data Updated child row with View Bet at PD link Updated Bet Time/Date to display your local time Updated Hi/Low column to display "↑ High" or "↓ Low" + New Update - Feb 14
    Updated URLs to Betsesh.com in place of the temporary responsivelabs domain used on initial release + New Update - Feb 29 (Latest)
    New splash page at betsesh.com to make it easier to navigate the different tools between Primedice and Stake Currently working on the second iteration of the bet viewer - I think you guys will like this one when its released We have various other plans for the bet archive viewer in the near future. I will update this thread with any new features/updates which have been implemented - In addition, a similar web app for Stake is also currently under development. Please keep in mind that this is an initial release, so there may be some bugs that still need to be worked out. Should you have any suggestions or input, please let myself or Eddie know. It would be greatly appreciated!
    Official Site Link
    https://betsesh.com
     

     
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    sourc3code reacted to Edward in Introducing Betsesh - A Primedice JSON Bet Archive Viewer for humans   
    Awesome project. Great to see! 
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    sourc3code got a reaction from Lexus19 in Jackpot is 113 BTC now!   
    Jackpot could be 10000 BTC for all I care, its literally impossible to hit due to various things such as the minimum bet amount being so high compared to elsewhere along with the fact that its a manual reporting system. It's very seldom that I see any number in a row twice let alone 77.77. I think this definitely needs to be updated to be more realistic even if it means reducing the winnable amount. There are various jackpot models I've seen on other sites that are more effective than the one here at PD.
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