Yes, not often are such bold words warranted when discussing online resources for grammar, but in this particular case, it’s pretty much required.
- Increased total article count from 500 to over 1200.
- Added English translations for all A1 (beginner) and A2 (elementary) level grammar points.
- Added pinyin to the introductions of many articles.
- Overhauled search engine for greater accuracy and depth.
- Added a “grammar box” to the top right of all grammar point pages, featuring level, similar grammar points, and keywords.
- Added keyword pages (example: 不) and keyword index.
- Set up disambiguation pages for toneless pinyin (example: “hao“).
- Broke long grammar point lists down into themed sections.
- Began adding crucial comparison pages, in which two similar grammar points are compared (example: 不 and 没).
- Began collecting grammar points in earnest for the forthcoming C1 (advanced) list.
Also, there’s now a Twitter account specifically for Chinese grammar-related questions and requests: @ChineseGrammar.
If you haven’t looked recently, it’s definitely time to check out this resource again. It’s not going away, and it’s really gaining momentum.