Help me if its easy

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by Invenstory, Jan 24, 2019.

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    I want to ask all the bukkit u learn to code?
    i mean where you guys found all those things to code. i saw so many videos "how to make a minecraft plugin" ect but i can't understand how you learned any sites with it or books or teachers or something else? i can't understand noothing...maybe because im greek and i don't know good english?

    This is! Could someone help me with this pls?!
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    timtower Moderator Moderator

    @Invenstory Start by learning the basics of Java.
    When you have that then you can slowly start making plugins growing in scale each time.
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    hmm so from where i can learn java? lessons or what...i've asked a new developer and he said me he learned from lessons
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    timtower Moderator Moderator

    I learned the basics from school and what I wanted to learn from google.
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    i've learned from bukkit tutorials and google
    but start small!
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    ooh shit im bad at school....i will try to learn from google..

    @The_Spaceman what u mean bukkit tutorials?
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    There are plenty of resources on the web, both paid and free. Once you have learned the basics of Java, it's time to put them to the test. You could watch a few Youtube videos that show you how to set up and create your first pluigin.

    Personally I learned most of my Java skills through an app called SoloLearn. Although I know a lot of Java now, that doesn't mean I don't open google and search up things I want to do, or can't figure out. Searching for a solution is always great practice (as long as you learn something from it instead of copying other people's code into your code).

    So, your first task would be to figure out- where do you write the code? What program do you need?
    Second, get to know the program you're using to create the plugin. If you can't figure out how to create the actual .jar file for your server, google it! (I suggest you start off with a program called Eclipse, then, after a while you could switch to IntelliJ which is a rather more complicated version of Eclipse.

    Good luck!
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    something like this:

    I can't remenber where I started...
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    thnx you for this...i will try this app too
    i already tried lot of times to code a plugin using Eclipse but i never got it..i don't know where people knows where the "space" gonna be all those words and everything..i don't know a shit but i rly want to learn to coding:(

    @The Spaceman i will watch it
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