How to make Minecraft plugins that don’t suck. They don’t break after 3 months and you still remember them after 1-2 years without having to rewrite the entire thing.

This video shows you how to stop writing disguising code and write 7-figure coder applications instead.

In this episode, we’re going to cover:

  • Coding conventions — Writing plugins that don’t suck.
  • Naming — How to name your packages, fields, variables, methods.
  • Methods — The principle behind writing methods and parameters.
  • Making classes final — Why do I always make my classes final, plus a small performance boost.
  • Repackaging our plugin — I’ll be cleaning and repackaging the CowCannon plugin we make throughout this series.

Source Codes:

Links mentioned:

  • Clean Code book— One of the best books on writing high quality, proper code like professionals written in simple language and uses Java as an example. Highly recommended.


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