Bridging WooCommerce and Minecraft was quite a large feat, especially when I was first getting into Java development. It’s been a couple years since I actually started to code WooMinecraft. And it’s grown, though not exploded, but it’s catching on as users don’t want to pay subscription fees etc…
So here’s the thing. I’m not REALLY a Java guy. Yes I did, however, write most of the starting code for WooMinecraft, but that was more of a test on getting into Java itself, not really to write the plugin.
My day job is as a WordPress developer over at WebDevStudios. So I’m really limited on the time I get to spend with Java, which makes it more of a hobby and a side project. This is evident if you look at the commit logs for WooMinecraft.
However, this weekend I’ve started work on a sort of “remote white-list management” for Minecraft. To get you up to speed, Minecraft, while being a game, is still pretty in-depth if you play modded Minecraft like Feed the Beast or Tekkit, or other packs. Anyhow, I’m not going to try to explain it completely, but basically for me, Minecraft is a Java playground.
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