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Player API for Minecraft:

There are many content creators for Minecraft, people who build mods for various creative concepts and those that just add rich new and innovative content to the elaborate Minecraft modding community and forums.

If you think this description fits you, then you may be interested in learning more about the Player API for Minecraft. Whether it is version 1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9/1.7.10, Player API for Minecraft will give modders that much-wanted impetus to get most of the mods to work in an effective and dynamic way.

Setting play api

Setting play api

You can have access to things like Client, Server and the illusive “Bukkit” classes and reduce mod incompatibility at the same time. Many of the more popular mods, such as Smart Moving and Aether Mod, rely on the Player API to work at optimum performance. You could safely say the software client here makes it work as if you have Forge or Modloader in operation.

On clicking this link you might find several more details on mod creation. There are examples on how to write coding and displaying examples of hooks so that Minecraft will function effectively with your mods.

Many content creators like to make players to be able to build new animations, establish fresh characters or simply move differently, this is just one or two examples of the different things you can do with such control.

Player API Mod {1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9/1.7.10} Main Features

  • Gives you access to client, server, and bukkit classes for much more control over the mod you are creating.
  • Player entity class is accessible for custom movement and more

How to Install Player API for Minecraft:

  1. Player API for is a modification for Minecraft 1.6.4 that gives you an interface for developing and installing mods such as Single Player Commands and Smart Moving mods. It makes player levels and classes available to client, server and “bukkit” for easy modding and customization.
  2. Player API also helps with reducing conflict with other mods. It will also save you a great deal of problems and issues with mod installation.
  3. To install, you’ll need to go to the Start Menu and type into the run field “%appdata%/.minecraft/versions” (without any of the inverted commas) and then press Enter.
  4. Download the Player API and extract those files to any folder on your computer.
  5. The open the folder which contains your modded Minecraft.jar, then copy all class in your “minecraft.jar” file using a software tool file extractor like WinRAR.
  6. You should try running Minecraft at this stage to see if it is functioning correctly. Providing you have followed all the steps correctly, Minecraft should be running at this stage.

Player API is an API which provides access to

  • the client class “EntityPlayerSP” aka “blc” or
  • the server class “EntityPlayerMP” aka “mm” or
  • the bukkit class “EntityPlayer”

while minimizing conflicts between mods.

Incompatibilities

  • Player API server is compatible with Minecraft Forge server, just install Player API server after Minecraft Forge server.

Player API Download Links:

For Minecraft 1.10.2

http://dl6.file-minecraft.com/index.php?act=dl&id=1470624310

For Minecraft 1.9.4

http://dl6.file-minecraft.com/index.php?act=dl&id=1470624278

Player API For Minecraft 1.8.9:

Player API For Minecraft 1.8.8:

Player API For Minecraft 1.8:

Older versions:

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