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12-08-2008 @ 5:59PM
PHP is a nice enough language, but it isn't exactly going to turn you into a computer scientist overnight. Coding a website to rival Wowhead would require very high knowledge of programming in general, which most PHP programmers, unfortunately, lack.As an aside, EVE Online provide database dumps to third-party websites (in CSV I believe), the result being you only need to Google EVE and you get about fifty billion item databases at your disposal.It's no bad thing, but covering live data from the realms (which is what we're really all interested in; items and spells can be data-mined) takes much more effort, and Blizzard would probably need to dedicate a fair bit of time and effort into it (unlike in the EVE case, where the dumps are provided ad-hoc by their equivalent of MVP "green" posters).
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