Back in 2013, Madhouse Messenger was our first plugin for Osclass. Three years and many releases – 19 releases actually – later, Madhouse Messenger v2.0 is out which is both a huge and great news.
With Mcfly, get one theme and never ending possibilities of color customization, with new design options, requiring zero coding knowledge. That’s what Mcfly v1.5.0 is about and it is already out on the Osclass Market.
It’s been quite some time since we wrote and released to the world our tutorial on how to develop Osclass plugins. Here’s a follow up to keep up to date with latest Osclass improvements and best practices.
In this second part of the tutorial, we’ll update our Madhouse Helloworld plugin with more advanced features that will boost a nice and working plugin for Osclass into a pro-quality plugin, ready to hit the world.
Developing plugins for Osclass might become easier now, Madhouse Utils, our toolkit for creating Osclass plugins, is out (v1.14) and it’s free.
This tutorial lays the foundation gives step-by-step explanations on how to develop a good plugin for Osclass. This is no absolute specifications but guidelines to make better-organized and coherent plugins for Osclass.
The official documentation on How to create a plugin for Osclass might be a little too short and this tutorial will give you a quite advanced overview on the subject.