AIRI Mod 1.7.10, 1.7.2 is a Minecraft Modding Library used primarily by Arisux developers. Provides hundreds of useful methods, as well as a few small APIs. This is an open source library, meaning you may develop mods with it if you choose to do so.
- -Window API – Used for rendering interactive, drag-able, window interfaces in-game.
- -Updater API – Used for creating an updater for mods. Updaters will activate the Window API’s main interface when updates are available.
- -Remapping API – Used for remapping blocks or items that have had their ID’s changed, swapped between different mods, or an internal mod domain change.
- AccessWrapper – Wrapper class for common methods and fields that require reflection or have had their access changed by using an access transformer.
- BasicMarkupParser – Can parse VERY basic HTML tags. Nothing impressive here.
- BlockTypes – Several types of blocks that extend vanilla blocks and give the user more flexibility when registering new blocks.
- ChatUtil – Contains methods useful for chat formatting or sending chat messages.
- GuiElements – Contains several types of GUI elements such as text boxes or buttons useful in graphical user interfaces.
- ItemTypes – Basically the same thing as BlockTypes, but for Items.
- MathUtil – Contains several useful math functions.
- ModUtil – Contains several useful functions for interacting with mods.
- NetworkUtil – Contains functions that require some form of networking.
- ReflectionUtil – Contains functions that make reflection much easier.
- RenderUtil – Contains lots of functions useful with rendering.
- SystemUtil – Contains functions useful for getting system information.
- WorldUtil – Contains functions useful for interacting with anything in-world, such as Entities, Tile Entities, Blocks, Inventories, etc.
AIRI Mod Installation:
- First you need download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Then download this Minecraft mod file at link below.
- Go to %appdata%. It can also be found by searching for “%appdata%” in your start menu.
- Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
- If the “mods” folder does’nt exist in your PC, you’ll need create one.
- Then drag and drop the downloaded .jar (or .zip) file into mods folder.