Three years ago, the popular poker room “Americas Cardroom” began to work on improving its software. The developers assure that updates made software faster and more powerful than ever, however three years' work accompanied its implementation.
The necessity to involve MAC users, as well as mobile platforms, required to replace a reliable C## programming and switch to HTML5 encoding.
It would seem that work should go faster with a new encoding. But soon the developers discovered a problem due to which the most poker programs are not completely replaced. As a result, the annual project turned into a three-year one.
By 20 May of this year, the new soft reflected the old one in many ways. It was a premeditated step aimed at making players to be satisfied with familiar interface, as well as the opportunity to go back to a backward version if something goes wrong.
Surely, the problems appeared, but they were not catastrophic, because HTML5 encoding allowed finding and eliminating them faster. This will help to significantly improve the implementation of new products and innovation in the future.
The week before last, it was launched a new game interface which demonstrates the familiar outer look of ACR, but in a significantly improved format.
In this article, you can visually compare the new version (picture below) with the old version (picture at the top of the news).
The development team assures that it is only the "tip of the iceberg" and they intend to introduce the updates every month, based on the wishes of users.