DynamicBukkit | Deprecated 0.1.3

Dynamic server synchronization utilizing Redis!

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    I will not provide support for any of my plugins marked Deprecated. I'm no longer working on this project.

    DynamicBungee and DynamicBukkit are powerful utilities that can reduce the headache of managing a BungeeCord network. DynamicBungee can maintain your network by adding servers when it receives a heartbeat from DynamicBukkit, and vice versa remove servers when it fails to receive a heartbeat within 30 seconds.

    DynamicBukkit also provides its own plugin loader so that you may develop DynamicPlugins for better organization or simply make your own Bukkit plugin and hook into DynamicBukkit.

    DynamicBukkit utilizes CommonUtils. You will need this dependency in order to run DynamicBukkit. You will also need DynamicBungee on your BungeeCord.

    Default Config:
    # Configure a different name for every server!
    Code (Text):
    # Dynamic Bukkit Configuration!

      name: dynserv_1
      externalip: ''
      port: 6379
      timeout: 10000
      password: ''
    Code Example:
    Code (Text):
    public class DynamicBukkitExample extends JavaPlugin {

        public void onEnable() {
            // Must be scheduled asynchronously! Do not repeat scheduling!
            Bukkit.getScheduler().runTaskAsynchronously(DynamicBukkit.getPlugin(), new ChannelSubscriber("name"));

                    .withArg("arg1", 1)
                    .withArg("arg2", true)
                    .withArg("arg3", "Example")

        @NetTaskSubscribe(name = "name", args = {"arg1", "arg2", "arg3"})
        public void onNameReceived(HashMap<String, Object> args) {
            Integer arg1 = (Integer) args.get("arg1");
            Boolean arg2 = (Boolean) args.get("arg2");
            String arg3 = (String) args.get("arg3");

            // Do Something!

    Source: Github

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Recent Reviews

  1. Lukas1
    Version: 0.1.3
    very nice but the download link doesnt work :(