Recently deployed updates to EQZEN Beta include: new dashboard page to manage multiple stock portfolios in same session; redesign. Dashboard page is basically a table with all portfolios (those with holdings and track-only), currently limited to one portfolio for free and five portfolios on subscription plan.
Also, hard to not notice, is the changes to layout and overall redesign, mainly: a darker navigation bar, in both normal and night-mode, to keep consistent; and ticker lookup button as dropdown on top of every page (as part of navigation rather than on each page). Minor changes to ticker page layout and colors to be more consistent (in particular button effects), basically replaced colors based on rgba variables (Sass) with rgb, nothing too fancy.
Deployed a bunch of updates to EQZEN today; including pricing page and subscription (reduced price during beta!). It’s now possible to create a subscription using email and valid credit or debit card, everything is handled by Stripe, including customer accounts and PIN (very convenient!). A PIN is automatically generated and sent to email, it's used to unlock features in new session (i.e. new browsers or after logging out).
Added summary with averages in footer on some tables, in particular portfolio and peers, which helps to see overall performance for a group of tickers (excellent when comparing different portfolios or risk).
Added a very basic chart using TradingView JS widgets (non-interactable), one for each time interval. It's better then nothing, but will likely be replaced with a custom solution in the future.
I struggled a bit with the all tickers table, which currently loads all available tickers from a static file (for performance), to problem is that the file needs to be manually updated and included with each deploy, which is tedious. This feature will likely require some re-development, maybe using an external storage solution, similar to the API, which can be managed separately from the application.
I would enjoy more up-to-date data (at least daily) in the all tickers table, which is almost impossible with the current design (it would take too long to process this many cells). However; will likely keep focus on portfolio features for now; in particular benchmark, to compare portfolio performance (today, and historically) with another ticker (or maybe group of tickers).
Also, replaced MongoDB with in-browser storage (Flask sessions), which made everything process a bit faster, as well as minor layout and styling changes.
Just deployed some improvements to the portfolio page form inputs; placeholder with null value instead of zero values, to avoid deleting zero values before input, better orchestration between internal functions; added function to retrieve stock currently in portfolio, to better handle action buttons based on holdings.
I need to improve data load and page speed, added compression (Flask-Compress) as a first step, and to keep focus on workflow, continuously trying to make it easier and faster to use.
Also reworked all stocks table, on stocks page, which now includes a button to directly add stock to portfolio (if stock not in portfolio), which makes adding multiple stocks faster.
Showcase portfolio feature is still being considered, but need to focus on a few more behind-the-scenes improvements first, such as removing empty portfolios in database (which is piling up quickly), and solving the distributed storage issue with AWS (likely involving a separated temporary storage for uploaded portfolio files).
Just deployed several updates to EQZEN Beta: stock rows now blink green or red on price movement; new stock page to search and filter all available stocks; portfolio holdings are now editable inline (and updated automatically); add new stock moved to stock page.
Currently experimenting with a showcase portfolio feature, basically to share your portfolio as read-only (inspired by r/stocks Rate My Portfolio threads). There are some technical difficulties with sharing at the moment, since portfolios are not stored anywhere, so need to implement a way to store portfolio content outside of sessions.
Also notable, replaced twitter tracker with a simple feedback button.