I use EVE Droid because it's the only decent EVE app that works on my Kindle Fire.
I cannot see "Fleet up.com" referenced though.
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I've added EVE Droid - I have no personal experience with it, but have heard good things about it on Reddit etc. Hopefully you agree with the fitting comment vs. Aura?
I'll add Fleet up.com properly later - I thought it might be worth dedicating a section to our own resources, since we're slowly adding them. Until then, I've split up the post into more sub-categories, ready for the addition.
For anybody else reading, I would really appreciate a formating/style critique of post #3 - Ship Roles: http://rvbeve.com/fo...it/#entry125712
I don't feel happy with the format, and so am considering changing it up a little. Perhaps including a sub-section on important skills, attributes and ships commonly used in each roles?
Role Synopsis: <Text, aim for 1-2 paragraphs. Alternately, a spoiler tag containing more details would be an option, and would add natural end-of-section visual cues.>
Important Skills: <Top 5 Skills, excluding pre-requisites. Possibly also training time. Most likely in comma-separated list to prevent unnecessary post length increases, but I will experiment and see. Could be this also benefits from spoiler tags. If so, consider "spoilering" each entry for consistency.>
Most-Used Modules: <E.g. range/targetting distance increasers etc. Probably a paragraph or two on why in total. I was thinking 2 modules per low/med/high +1 module option in the most important slot (so 3/2/2 for damage dealing, 2/3/2 for EWar etc). That way fitting is covered in some depth without requiring an essay.>
Best Weapon/Ammunition Types: <Each of the long-ranged weapon/ammunition combinations. Probably some text on why it works well>
Commonly Used Ships: <e.g. Ships by race/class, or possibly just an assortment of "Best in class" - depending on how long each entry gets>
I'm also considering adding a Table of Contents at the top of each post, to make its contents easier to read/understand without having to skip through looking for headings. From the posts already written, do others also feel it would be useful?
This guide is designed to be skimmed over until you find the relevant information, so imho, the more you can easily skip, the better.