Discussion in 'Resources' started by TheKnightGamer, Nov 13, 2016.
Found it: Dimension by HTML5UP
Thank you Thank you very much
@TheKnightGamer at least give some credit to @Taki21 for creating the original tutorials...
I am the creator of the lessons not the website but just know my friends helped me and contributed on the lessons as well! They even made and fixed lessons. I will hopefully add more for everyone to know
thanks and have a nice day
Wait... You registered here? YAY!
Also, the website is no longer being developed by Inactive-to-Reactive (because of various reasons @remote_vase, the main creator of the site, moved it). It is now developed by Sites4Code.
The GitHub repository can be found here: https://github.com/Sites4Code/MCPE
The new website can be found here: https://sites4code.github.io/MCPE (I'm not sure if @remote_vase has moved the pluginschool.ml and howtocode.ml domains to the new site yet)
EDIT: @TheKnightGamer please edit the main post to include these changes.
@Keith credit is given on the website itself.
Good, @Taki21 told me to tell @TheKnightGamer
I have give credits then I change the main post for the updates and going to change it again when the website is finish.
I will change it as fast as I can.
Updated the post because of this https://github.com/Inactive-to-Reactive/PluginSchoolV2/pull/2
Since now, I'm helping making the new PluginSchool website which is now a part of an even bigger project called "Sites4Code".
What is it? It will be at term a whole website helping you learning different programming languages such as PHP (to be done) and Java (to be done) and dfferent MC APIs such as this one and bukkit's.
The website will all the useful infos can be found at https://sites4code.github.io/.
The PocketMine plugin school can still be found in an another form here.
Edit the main post.
I already said that!
Oops x) but you forgot to mention what was Sites4Code
Good job man
$sender->getInventory()->addItem(Item::get(364,0,2)); //364 = Item ID Value (in this case, 364 is steak)
Minor typo, it should be Item::get(364,0,4) instead of 2.
Has been updated to ALPHA11, and various typos have been fixed. We have a few more lessons than last time, and 3 more questions. The current working URL is http://pluginschool.ml.
Have fun, future coders!
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