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Updated on March 13, 2021; Posted on October 26, 2020
In category general
Timezones are confusing and unnecessary. While we likely won't get rid of them in the next few years, getting rid of them in the long term is beneficial and inevitable.Read More!
Updated on February 06, 2021; Posted on October 21, 2020
Quite often we get support requests from users where their server host is at fault. Find out common problems with server hosts, and how to solve them.Read More!
Updated on March 10, 2022; Posted on September 17, 2020
Running a Minecraft Server can be a daunting task. In this article you'll find answers to questions, guides for various systems, and advice on server administration.Read More!
Updated on April 11, 2021; Posted on September 08, 2020
Server admins often ask what is the best version of Minecraft for their server to run. This article goes over everything you should consider when choosing.Read More!
Updated on June 24, 2021; Posted on August 26, 2020
Paper and Spigot are the two leading platforms for Minecraft servers. Which is better? This article goes over the main benefits of using both platformsRead More!
Updated on March 13, 2021; Posted on August 19, 2020
This article goes over embedding a Google Web Toolkit (GWT) application on a React website, and a few considerations that must be made when doing so.Read More!
Updated on February 02, 2021; Posted on August 04, 2020
As of today, Minecraft has had multiplayer for a decade. We have created a comprehensive history of the multiplayer community.Read More!
Updated on March 13, 2021; Posted on July 11, 2020
There is a lot of controversy around large plugins being worse than multiple small plugins, but is it true?Read More!
Updated on March 09, 2021; Posted on May 09, 2020
Using WorldEdit with blocks added by mods on versions of Minecraft before 1.13 can be confusing, but there are a few ways to make it simpleRead More!
Updated on February 27, 2021; Posted on March 01, 2020
Updated on February 27, 2021; Posted on February 01, 2020
I recently read Asana's blog post on TypeScript quirks and took particular interest in the first TypeScript quirk they mention. While it may seem like an inconsistency, the way the type system behaves here is entirely logical.Read More!