Solved Help coding a plugin, please!

Discussion in 'Spigot Plugin Development' started by Babyportal69, Jul 1, 2016.

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  1. Hi I am BpDoesMc, about 4 months ago I had started taking classes online for coding with java and now since I know the basics of java I had felt the need of starting to code minecraft plugins. The problem is that I have no idea how to get started with the bukkit api or spigot api. I am requesting help from someone who knows there coding very well to help me on a new plugin that I have been trying to code for my own mc server. If you are good at coding with java for minecraft plugins and are willing to help me for free you may add me on skype: bp.doesmc

    -BpDoesMc
     
  2. There's one serious flaw with this. Minecraft is written in Java, not JS.
     
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  3. I'm not sure if he thinks JavaScript and Java are the same? I presume he meant Java considering he was using Eclipse.
     
  4. thank you for catching that, i fixed it!

    -BpDoesMc
     
  5. For all we know, he thinks Eclipse is a language in itself.
     
  6. You can use JS with eclipse plugins m8
     
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  7. given you talking about a IDE that allows you to compile errors... who gives a crap please use a real IDE.
     
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  8. Don't turn this into a Eclipse vs Intelij xD
     
  9. IntelliJ master race.

    Just kidding, I'm a TextPad fanboy (https://www.textpad.com/)
     
  10. Not very mobile friendly that site :p
     
  11. Yeah but if he managed to install that plugin, surely he would know the difference between the two..?
     
  12. I made this thread to ask for help, not getting hated because of me using eclipse. ,-,
     
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  13. Hell, it isn't even desktop friendly.
     
  14. If you have no idea where to get started with to specifically make plugins, but you know the basics of Java and its structure, a good YouTube series might honestly be the easiest way for you to get familiar with it. Just don't copy what they do in the video; take what they do and apply it in a different way. There are definitely a few good series out there.
     
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  15. Thank you, someone that's here to not comment a hate reply because of me using eclipse but to actually suggest something that'll get started into help me out......

    -BpDoesMc
     
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  16. A little off topic = hate comments? Wot
     
  17. Since I feel bad for you, I'll point you in the right direction for beginners.

    First: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFE2CE09D83EE3E28

    Then: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL27BCE863B6A864E3

    Next:

    Lastly: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAF3anQEEkzREsHA8yZzVhc3_GHcPnqxR

    Other VERY useful resources:
    You're welcome!
     
  18. Choco

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    NO... just NO... NOT TheBCBroz... NEVER TheBCBroz
    I agree with everything except for TheBCBroz.
     
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  19. If you are looking for more tutorials, YouTube is a great place for that but be careful not to use videos that are too outdated and you could also use the basic plugin snippets from Spigot and Bukkit (you can find online). An example would be a plugin tutorial here.
     
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