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dragon.knight12377

Download API

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Hello bros!

Is there a way to download tribot's api, so i can view it whenever i need offline? Or even delete the rs3 related stuff?

Thank you for the help!

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The api is inside the client. You add the client jar as a dependency which will expose the API methods.

If you are reffering to the  documentation, then yes, you can download that to use as javadocs, simply append .zip after the url, like so:

https://tribot.org/doc.zip

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On 10/30/2016 at 2:29 PM, laniax said:

The api is inside the client. You add the client jar as a dependency which will expose the API methods.

If you are reffering to the  documentation, then yes, you can download that to use as javadocs, simply append .zip after the url, like so:

https://tribot.org/doc.zip

Wow, that was awesome! xD

However, i got all files in a "html" format or something like that, and i have the picture of google chrome.

Got any idea how can I actually get them in a visible/ editable format? Something so the documentation can look similar like on the actual website?

 

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37 minutes ago, dragon.knight12377 said:

 

Wow, that was awesome! xD

However, i got all files in a "html" format or something like that, and i have the picture of google chrome.

Got any idea how can I actually get them in a visible/ editable format? Something so the documentation can look similar like on the actual website?

 

Just open the index.html file with google chrome and it will be exactly the same as on the website.

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On 11/15/2016 at 8:58 PM, laniax said:

Just open the index.html file with google chrome and it will be exactly the same as on the website.

Awesome dude!

Thanks a lot! I own you a beer

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