Important Minecraft developing doubt

Discussion in 'Plugins and Coding' started by thegamecoder, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. thegamecoder

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    Hello everyone, today I was asking a question, especially all CubeCraft Developers, because I'm impressed by how well they develop, especially (rubik_cube_man) I've been looking at their profile and such, and the spigot and according to the records ... etc Rubik started developing with 14-15 years! WoW! I would like to know how you learned it or what kind of classes you gave ...etc

    @rubik_cube_man
    @GingerGeek
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  2. Andyyy

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    Btw, developers don't tend to be too active on the forums so if you want to contact them, it's recommended you do so elsewhere.
     
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  3. thegamecoder

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    Ok, I'll do It, thank you
     
  4. HangarGeek

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    Well they are pretty good in their job. Got to respect that.
     
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    A great way to start is to watch a YouTube video about (Minecraft Plugin or Mods) coding and just try to follow a tutorial. DO NOT stop if something doesn't work, find a solution yourself or try to find it online. If you manage to 'fix a problem in the code', then I am almost certain that you can learn a lot, just from following online (YouTube) tutorials.
     
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    No. Learn Java using a proper course (eg https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-java/ , https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/index.html , https://www.learnjavaonline.org/ ) or by reading a proper book (eg https://www.amazon.com/Learn-Java-W...ds=learn+java&qid=1560186422&s=gateway&sr=8-1 ). Olny then, when you've a deep knowledge in Java, start making plugins, which should be easy to get into using Spigot Docs.
     
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    Actually just working with trying things as you go along helps you remember things much better than just reading courses. Most people don't hall the will to go through those long boring things
     
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    Actually, starting from scratch with a spigot YouTube tutorial is a bad idea. Programming is the same as maths, you must memorise some things, but you need to reason everything else.