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A decent add-on API documentation

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    I like this idea, It should be more in depth and show screen-shot examples on all use cases and possible values that something can have in an add-on there also needs to be resource pack documentation.

    Source examples on every add-on component an value,

     

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    Where do I find the API's

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    EpicSheep49 commented
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    I would definitely like this idea. When I started trying to develop Add-ons, the whole documentation was not very beginner-friendly, and I still haven't made any complete ones(import failing every time). I feel like, since this is something Minecraft seems to be prioritising, it should be more optimised for developers, especially for newcomers. At the very least have all the downloadable .zip templates complete with all code(features have been available for a while now and still have not been added to the starting code, and as a result I still haven't figured them out).

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    BulliPatrick commented
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    yea, the documentation is unbearable for such a big product

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    Lucivarius commented
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    I'd settle for documentation which was up-to-date and accurate, but this would be even better.

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    pomgets commented
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    And the current documentation is also outdated and incomplete, making it even worse than just a wiki styled documentation. :/