You want to push forward the development of rconNET?
You have great ideas for new plugins?
You want to enhance existing plugins?
You want plugins from the wish list right now?
You are experienced with JAVA programming?
Then why not contribute to the development of rconNET? The gratitude of countless server admins and of course of the BF3 gamers will be yours. And if this is not enough: Every plugin developer gets a free premium account for his BF3 servers. Free account will be available as long as your plugins work / are supported.(This offer does not apply to coders who write just a tiny plugin with a few lines of code. It's a matter for negotiation and depends on the worth of the written plugins)How does it work?
Crispy created a starter kit which enables you to view existing plugins but also to create completely new ones. It contains the development environment “Eclipse” and the source code of the plugin dev kit as simple Java project. Every developer who seriously wants to code plugins gets an SVN access from Crispy. Send your requests to me or directly to Crispy.
You can find the starter kit here: http://www.rconnet.de/download/BF3rconN ... DevKit.zipLimitations
- No SVN support (only important if there are continuous changes to the existing plugins). The source code has to be passed to Crispy
- No test environment. You have to create your own test cases
1.) Unzip archive (recommended to C:\)
2.) Start Eclipse
3.) If no workspace is selected, set "C:\BF3rconNETPluginDevKit\workspace" as workspace
4.) Dev kit project should now be loaded
This is sufficient to get a first impression about developing of rconNET plugins. If you believe you are able to create your own plugins or upgrade already existing ones please contact either me, Crispy or write your comments right here.