This api is used to get version list and download for Minectaft, Forge and Optifine.
MineBans is a global banning system for Minecraft servers. We offer a way for server admins to publish the player bans they make on their servers to our database. The owners of other servers can then use this information to decide if a player that just joined their server should be allowed to stay. All of this is done automatically and is completely configurable using a custom plugin for Bukkit servers.
The Skyblock map has become such a popular Minecraft standard that it’s practically synonymous with competitive play. It’s a challenge that’s not for the lighthearted, but the same could also be said about managing Minecraft servers. Skyblock APIs can lessen the load and provide you with a wealth of information on interacting with multiplayer or single-player Minecraft servers.
All of the APIs in this collection are focused on offering tools to manage Minecraft servers or learn about active Minecraft servers being hosted by others. That means that they’re useful for playing Skyblock or any other custom Minecraft mode.
Most of the APIs listed here are open source, and that’s because there’s a wealth of publicly available information from servers. In most instances, the entry point for this information will be either a username or a server address. There are instances of APIs that allow you to automate administration on your private server, but those that draw from the larger Minecraft databases will only allow you to read the data.
Anyone who runs their own Minecraft server or wants help finding the best servers to play on can benefit from these APIs. While their purview is narrow, they offer a robust amount of information. These APIs are also an obviously valuable resource for anyone who’s looking to organize or analyze this data. The sort of server list information can be valuable for any developers looking to create resources for Minecraft players.
Minecraft continues to be wildly popular despite being over a decade older, but the nature of that popularity makes APIs like these especially important. Minecraft is popular among schoolchildren and is being promoted among many educators as a valuable gateway into STEM education. Minecraft can teach some of the fundamentals of coding, while these APIs offer a productive way to promote an understanding of networks.
The information here is limited, but open source developers have found ways to manipulate them in a number of creative ways. There are a couple of reliable APIs that can offer comprehensive server and player information with simple requests — but you’ll also find APIs for automating bans on private servers and for automating the latest software updates.
All of the listed Skyblock APIs are free to use, although a few lock features behind a freemium paywall. Most of the critical information you’ll need to analyze or sort server data is available free of charge.
All Skyblock APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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