Player API 1.11.2
If you are a developer, designer or if you like to create things in Minecraft, like developing mods or additions for the community, then you might know about the Player API, which gives the mod creators that much needed push to get some of the modifications to work in the game. Basically, the Minecraft Player API minimizes the chances of errors and incompatibility issues arising between different installed mods. It does this by replacing the native client of users with an updated one, complete with newly written code and other features. In other words, Player API gives third party mods managed access to the main player class.
Player API is an API which provides access to…
- The client class “EntityPlayerSP” aka “cio” or
- The server class “EntityPlayerMP” aka “qw” or
- The bukkit class “EntityPlayer”
…while minimizing conflicts between mods.
Player API 1.11.2 isn’t exactly easy to use, and it only comes recommended for players who have some knowledge about Java and how it works. This gives you access to client, server, and bukkit classes and simultaneously reduces incompatibility between mods. Many very popular mods like Smart Moving and Aether Mod rely on the Player API to function which in turn makes this a lot like Minecraft Forge or Modloader in that regard. Player API 1.11.2 gives third party mods managed access to the main player class.
How to install Player API 1.11.2
- Download and install Minecraft Forge API.
- Download the mod you want to install.
- Find your mods folder in your .minecraft folder.
- Put the mod jar file in mods folder.
- Open the Minecraft launcher and select Forge profile.