Recently, I was recounting all of the features added to Pokelog and amazed how its development has progressed from the original design goal. That goal was a relatively simple spreadsheet which knew that entering dex #1 would fill in Bulbasaur and make available only its selection of moves. I was completely ignorant of the game’s deep stats system, levels, and move types. There are about 15 unanticipated features which now preclude me from describing Pokelog as a simple spreadsheet.
The development of Pokelog has been like playing Pokemon GO itself – new features are added to Pokelog as new game play features are discovered. With the latest build, I have the feeling it is feature complete, but I have had that feeling before and then discover something new about the game. Right now, the only feature I might anticipate is not related to the game but rather a GAME MASTER importer which understands more formats besides JSON.
Otherwise, the latest build adds a strengths column in the Tallies window which indicates what types that Pokemon is strong against, assuming best move set. There are also a few minor features, bug fixes, and text fixes as Niantic is wont to say.