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[1.14.4]What are API/Library and how to make a custom/own API/Library?


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1 hour ago, DragonITA said:

What is a Library/API

Those are two things:
1) A library is a set of widely used common functionality (Math is a good example, as is LWJL)

2) An API is a collection of exposed objects and interfaces that allow other programs/code to interface with another program/code without having to expose (make public) the implementation or source. An API is a contract that says, "I solemnly swear that these methods exist and do what the documentation says they do."

1 hour ago, DragonITA said:

how to make a own?

You just do.

 

I have one. I'm the only one using it, but I have it. It also happens to be both a library (I put my registry handlers in it) and an API (it is where I expose the interfaces for my capabilities).

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