High Quality PocketMine Plugins
Download reviewed plugins with simple URLs from Poggit Release
Plugins released on Poggit are reviewed by Poggit staff and members of the community. You can filter the plugins your server can use, find the latest or best-received plugins, search the plugins you need and download the plugin onto your server directly.
Currently, 93 plugins have been released on Poggit Release, where 43 of them can run on API 3.0.0-ALPHA7
You may also download plugins from the command line using tools like wget or curl:
wget https://poggit.pmmp.io/get/Sheep See the API
documentation for more details.
Vote to approve, reject or review plugins
Poggit has a community of 494 registered users and up to 17740 unregistered users to date. Many parts of Poggit are supported by this community:
Logged-in users can access plugins that have only been tentatively approved ("Checked") — Poggit staff have
not carefully reviewed them yet, but they most likely won't intentionally harm your server, install viruses, etc.
You may try using these plugins at a small risk, and if you think a "Checked" plugin is good enough to be listed,
you can vote to approve it. On the other hand, if you find it quite useless or very buggy that it doesn't deserve to
be approved on the plugin list, you can vote to reject it. With enough votes, the plugin will become rejected or
Logged-in users can also give all plugins a score and leave some review comments to tell other users if the plugin is good, useful, laggy, inconvenient, etc. Currently
Tools for Developers
Automatically create development builds
If you setup your plugin's GitHub repo with Poggit-CI, Poggit-CI will create a .phar file from your code every time you push commits to the designated branches. This will allow your users to update to the latest unreleased snapshots of your plugin, and you don't have to build the plugin and upload it yourself.
When you receive pull requests, Poggit also creates PR builds, so you can test the pull request by downloading a build from Poggit CI directly. (PR builds may be dangerous to use!)
Virions — Libraries for PocketMine plugins
Lint for PocketMine Plugins
Poggit will check if your plugin has got some common problems after creating a build. You can check the lint result on the Poggit-CI page. The lint result will also be reported as GitHub status checks, which will do many cool things.