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Adds Fireworks to Pocketmine
It is simply adding firework items and entities into PocketMine-MP servers.
You can launch any firework from the creative inventory AND custom ones - just like in vanilla MCPE.
Either, give a firework via gamemode 1, or /give command. For generating the /give command i suggest using: https://mcstacker.bimbimma.com/mcstacker1.10.php and modifying the command to work with PocketMine-MP. This is not easy. No need to explain further.
The easier way is to use the code to create custom fireworks. See #Create-a-custom-firework for that.
This is sample code to explain the "API"-alike part of the plugin, giving 2 custom fireworks:
Without special explosions:
$data = new FireworksData(); $data->flight = 2;//flight time. default is 1 $firework = new Fireworks(); $nbt = Fireworks::ToNbt($data);//create the compound tag $firework->setNamedTag($nbt);//modify the item's compound tag $event->getPlayer()->getInventory()->addItem($firework);//give the item to a player (this case: PlayerJoinEvent $event)
With special explosions
$explosion = new FireworksExplosion();//init an explosion $explosion->fireworkColor = [4, 4, 4];//set the color to custom colors $explosion->fireworkFade = [5, 5, 5];//set the fade color to custom colors $explosion->fireworkFlicker = true;//enable the flickering $explosion->fireworkTrail = false;//enable the trail $explosion->fireworkType = 4;//set the shape/type of the firework $data = new FireworksData();//create the generic data $data->flight = 2; $data->explosions = $explosion;//add the explosion $firework = new Fireworks(); $nbt = Fireworks::ToNbt($data); $firework->setNamedTag($nbt); $event->getPlayer()->getInventory()->addItem($firework);
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