CustomRecipeAPI 1.2.1

Create custom recipes easily! - Uses custom crafting table

  1. DarkMonolith
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.13
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/christopherwalkerml/CustomRecipeAPI
    Contributors:
    Darkolythe
    Custom Recipe API (CRAPI)
    Custom Recipe API (CRAPI) is an API that makes creating custom recipes super easy. This API does require some programming knowledge, but you can start creating custom recipes within 5 minutes of downloading if you know what you're doing.

    WORKS GREAT WITH: ItemCreatorPlus

    How to get started
    1. Download CRAPI
    2. Add it as a dependency to your plugin. / As a library
    3. Start making custom recipes!

    NOTE: Custom Recipes can now be made in-game with the command /crapi new, in a super easy-to-use GUI

    What you need to know to create recipes
    First you need to initialize the craft bench. You NEED to choose a Dispenser for the crafting bench, but the recipe is up to you.
    Here's an example of what I did for one of my other plugins:
    Code (Text):
    ItemStack workbenchItem = new ItemStack(Material.DISPENSER);
    ItemMeta meta = workbenchItem.getItemMeta();
    meta.setDisplayName(ChatColor.YELLOW.toString() + ChatColor.BOLD.toString() + "Special Crafting");
    workbenchItem.setItemMeta(meta);
    ShapedRecipe workbenchRecipe = new ShapedRecipe(new NamespacedKey(main, "Workbench"), workbenchItem);
    workbenchRecipe.shape("IGI", "GDG", "IGI");
    workbenchRecipe.setIngredient('I', Material.IRON_BLOCK);
    workbenchRecipe.setIngredient('G', Material.GLASS);
    workbenchRecipe.setIngredient('D', Material.DIAMOND_BLOCK);
    Bukkit.getServer().addRecipe(workbenchRecipe);

    main.crapimanager.setWorkBench(workbenchRecipe);
    You can make a custom itemstack for the Dispenser and a custom recipe using regular materials (since this has to be crafted in the crafting table).

    Next up, you'll want to get started on some recipes. Here's an example of what I did.

    Code (Text):
    ItemStack redstone = new ItemStack(Material.REDSTONE);
    ItemStack quartz = new ItemStack(Material.QUARTZ);
    ItemStack gold = new ItemStack(Material.GOLD_INGOT);

    ItemStack storageCell = new ItemStack(Material.STONE_AXE);

    CustomRecipeAPI.createRecipe(storageCell, redstone, quartz, redstone, quartz, gold, quartz, redstone, quartz, redstone);
    The order of the items goes like this:
    [1, 2, 3
    4, 5, 6 -> 0
    7, 8, 9]

    You can either put air, or nothing (nothing only works when there are no more items after it) to leave the slots empty.

    If shapeless recipe is high in demand, I will add that to the API too.

    Permissions:
    crapi.command:

    description: Allows the use of CRAPI commands
    default: op
    crapi.book:
    description: Allows the use of the CRAPI recipe book
    default: op
    crapi.giveitem:
    description: Allows the use of the CRAPI recipe book to give items
    default: op
    crapi.new:
    description: Lets the user create new recipes in-game
    default: op

    Commands:
    /crapi book
    opens the recipe book
    /crapi new
    opens the recipe creator screen



    For the JavaDocs here's a download link: https://tinyurl.com/yeo6wo63

    For any help, feel free to contact me on my discord.
    https://discord.gg/AET9mWj

Recent Updates

  1. permission change
  2. minor bug fix
  3. major feature additions

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    5/5,
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    Nifty plugin. DarkMonolith is a great plugin developer, and I highly recommend checking out their plugins. :)
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      Author's Response
      Thank you for the kind words! I'm glad you like my plugins :)