New developments for StellarTerm are happening! For the November 2017 edition, StellarTerm is focusing on trading, maintainability, and usability.
StellarTerm API: StellarTerm is now no longer just a web app. There is now a supporting API that continually gets data from Horizon and puts it into a single file for quick access to information! This API is open for any developer to use so it will not only benefit just StellarTerm, but also the greater community. Take a look at the data here: https://api.stellarterm.com/v1/ticker.json
Markets Page: With the StellarTerm API, the client can now show a list of the assets issued on the Stellar network. The assets are also automatically ranked based on activity so assets with the most market support, liquidity, and activity are listed first. See here: https://stellarterm.com/#markets
Usability: Having a good UI and UX is important. Improving the usability of StellarTerm is the current item on the roadmap and we should see improvements in this area soon!
Directory improvements: The StellarTerm project has long used a directory of anchors to make it easier for users to use various assets. Now, the code makes it much easier to add assets and anyone can easily submit a pull request to get their anchor listed. Additionally, other projects from the community will be able to use this directory file meaning they will more time to work on other features important to their app. This also implements sanity checks to make sure that the directory file is always valid. Note that these are not endorsements of any of the anchors.
Directory JS package: Other developers can also easily use the stellarterm-directory in their projects now! For projects built on Node.js, they can use the stellarterm-directory package on npm (https://www.npmjs.com/package/stellarterm-directory). For projects not using Node.js, they can still use the directory in the form of a json file (https://github.com/irisli/stellarterm/blob/master/directory/directory.json)
Under the hood: The code that powers StellarTerm has been simplified and organized. Other developers can now easily make contributions to the StellarTerm without much hassle.
Hosted client: https://stellarterm.com/
Download for offline use (and verify checksums): https://github.com/stellarterm/stellarterm.github.io
StellarTerm is free and open source and will always remain that way. Additionally, StellarTerm does not save your data on any server. The client can be downloaded and used offline as it is a single html file for the entire app.
Please give your suggestions on what features you would like to see!