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tutorial:side [2019/05/26 15:32]
jamieswhiteshirt [Side] Put client and server in quotes when disambiguating the different types of sides
tutorial:side [2019/06/30 07:40] (current)
liach
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-Minecraft uses the [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Client%E2%80%93server_model|Client-server model]], that is users install the game client and connect to a server to play the game. Fabric allows mods to target either the Minecraft client or the Minecraft server, but also both at the same time. +Minecraft uses the [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Client-server_model|Client-server model]], that is users install the game client and connect to a server to play the game. Fabric allows mods to target either the Minecraft client or the Minecraft server, but also both at the same time. 
  
 In the past, there used to be a simple division into the client and the server, but with the switch of the single player game mode to an internal dedicated server, this simple model doesn'​t fit anymore. Thus, we have two dimensions when distinguishing between client and server in Minecraft. These are the physical and logical sides. In the past, there used to be a simple division into the client and the server, but with the switch of the single player game mode to an internal dedicated server, this simple model doesn'​t fit anymore. Thus, we have two dimensions when distinguishing between client and server in Minecraft. These are the physical and logical sides.
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