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  1. Improved Commands

    This resource adds a very flexible command handler for serverside JavaScript.
     
    Installing
    Drag and drop the improved-commands folder to your server-files/packages/ folder.
    NOTE: The archive also contains a folder named improved-commands-example, it's an example resource so don't install it along with the library.
     
    Features
    Command aliases Capture command requests (and cancel them if you want to) Somewhat customizable command not found message (like serverside C#) beforeRun property that lets you do final checks before a command actually runs (see example)  
    API
    Instead of extending the global mp object, I've decided to export CommandEvents and CommandRegistry objects. You can access to the library by doing:
    const { CommandEvents, CommandRegistry } = require("../improved-commands");  
    API Properties
    /** * This property is used to toggle the "command not found" message feature. * Default value: false */ CommandRegistry.notFoundMessageEnabled; // get CommandRegistry.notFoundMessageEnabled = bool; // set /** * This property is used to set the "command not found" message. * Default value: "SERVER: Command not found." */ CommandRegistry.notFoundMessage; // get CommandRegistry.notFoundMessage = string; // set  
    API Functions
    /** * Adds a command to the registry. * The command object must contain "name" (string) and "run" (function) properties at the very least. * Optionally, the command object can have "aliases" (array of strings) and "beforeRun" (function, needs to return true for further execution) properties. * Other properties will be collected into an "extra" (object) property, which is useful for storing data on commands. */ CommandRegistry.add(command); /** * Returns all command names, aliases not included. * @return {string[]} */ CommandRegistry.getNames(); /** * Returns all command names with aliases. * @return {string[]} */ CommandRegistry.getNamesWithAliases(); /** * Returns the command object for the specified command name/alias. * @param {string} commandName * @return {Object|undefined} Will be undefined if there is no command with the given name/alias. */ CommandRegistry.find(commandName);  
    Events
    /** * receive * This event is emitted when a player tries to run a command. * @param {mp.Player} player The player who is trying to use the command. * @param {Object} command The command object. * @param {string} fullText All arguments that will be passed to the command, as one string. * @param {string[]} commandArgs All arguments that will be passed to the command. * @param {Object} cancel Whether the execution should be cancelled. Set this object's cancel property to true to stop further processing of the command. */ CommandEvents.on("receive", function (player, command, fullText, commandArgs, cancel) { // your code }); /** * fail * This event is emitted when an error is thrown during command execution. * @param {mp.Player} player The player whose command execution failed. * @param {Object} command The command object. * @param {string} fullText All arguments that were be passed to the command, as one string. * @param {string[]} commandArgs All arguments that were be passed to the command. * @param {Error} error The error that was thrown during command execution. */ CommandEvents.on("fail", function (player, command, fullText, commandArgs, error) { // your code });  
    Example
    const { CommandEvents, CommandRegistry } = require("../improved-commands"); // Should we inform the player when they enter an invalid command? Probably... // Note that commands added with mp.events.addCommand aren't known by this resource so they'll trigger the not found message // This is disabled by default CommandRegistry.notFoundMessageEnabled = true; // Events // Example: Players can't use commands in a vehicle CommandEvents.on("receive", function (player, command, fullText, commandArgs, cancel) { if (player.vehicle) { player.outputChatBox("You cannot use commands in a vehicle."); cancel.cancel = true; } }); // Example: Send a message to the player and print the error to the console on execution failure CommandEvents.on("fail", function (player, command, fullText, commandArgs, error) { player.outputChatBox(`Failed to run command "${command.name}".`); console.error(error.stack || error); }); // Commands // Example: /argtest lorem ipsum dolor sit amet -> results in "You wrote: lorem ipsum dolor sit amet" CommandRegistry.add({ name: "argtest", aliases: ["echo", "combineargs"], beforeRun: function (player, fullText) { if (fullText.length === 0) { player.outputChatBox("No arguments provided."); return false; } return true; }, run: function (player, fullText) { player.outputChatBox(`You wrote: ${fullText}`); } }); // Example: /freemode_male_only -> will only work when player's model is mp_m_freemode_01 CommandRegistry.add({ name: "freemode_male_only", beforeRun: function (player) { return player.model === mp.joaat("mp_m_freemode_01"); }, run: function (player) { player.outputChatBox("Yes, only freemode male can run this command."); } }); // Example: /boom -> will emit "fail" event CommandRegistry.add({ name: "boom", run: function (player) { throw new Error("error thrown"); } }); // Properties that aren't named "name", "aliases", "beforeRun" or "run" will be collected into the "extra" property // Example: /getweapon weapon_carbinerifle 500 -> will only work when player's adminLevel property value is equal to or higher than cmdAdminLevel extra property CommandRegistry.add({ name: "getweapon", aliases: ["giveweapon"], // You can access this property in handlers by using "this.extra.cmdAdminLevel" if the handlers are regular functions (meaning it doesn't work with arrow functions!) cmdAdminLevel: 5, beforeRun: function (player) { return player.adminLevel >= this.extra.cmdAdminLevel; }, run: function (player, fullText, weaponName, ammo = 9999) { // You can do this in beforeRun as well (see argtest example) if (!weaponName || weaponName.length === 0) { player.outputChatBox("Syntax: /getweapon [name]"); return; } player.giveWeapon(mp.joaat(weaponName), Number(ammo)); player.outputChatBox(`Gave yourself ${weaponName} with ${ammo} ammo.`); } }); // Example: Extra property #2 CommandRegistry.add({ name: "count_runs", // You can access this property in handlers by using "this.extra.timesRan" if the handlers are regular functions (meaning it doesn't work with arrow functions!) timesRan: 0, beforeRun: function (player) { player.outputChatBox(`This command was used ${this.extra.timesRan} time(s).`); return true; }, run: function (player) { this.extra.timesRan++; player.outputChatBox(`Now it's used ${this.extra.timesRan} time(s).`); } }); // Example: List all commands CommandRegistry.add({ name: "commands", aliases: ["cmds"], run: function (player) { const commands = CommandRegistry.getNamesWithAliases(); commands.sort(); player.outputChatBox(`Commands: ${commands.join(", ")}`); } }); // Example: Async beforeRun (v1.1 and above) // Important: You should check if player object is still valid by mp.players.exists(player) after awaiting // sleep function can be found here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/39914235 CommandRegistry.add({ name: "async", beforeRun: async function (player) { // Getting data from slow API await sleep(5000); const result = Math.random() < 0.5; if (result) { player.outputChatBox("You're allowed..."); } else { player.outputChatBox("You're not allowed..."); } return result; }, run: async function (player) { // Getting data from slow API again await sleep(2000); if (Math.random() < 0.5) { player.outputChatBox("You waited for nothing!"); } else { throw new Error("Failed so bad it caused an error"); // should emit fail } } });  
    Notes
    This resource does not know about commands added with mp.events.addCommand or C# commands. Meaning if you're using the command not found message feature, addCommand and C# commands will also result in command not found message. Commands are case insensitive. Also on GitHub: https://github.com/root-cause/ragemp-improved-commands

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  2. RageMP-BigData

    RageMP-BigData
    This plugin was created for experiment and might not be what you are looking for, this is intended to be used for sending big data to clients in chunks to make the size unlimited for the server owners, this will eliminate original rage-mp events limit and will be as fast as them when being used for small data, but i suggest that you use original ones just in case.
    This is still experimental and the way it works might change in a future update

    GITHUB LINK : https://github.com/safra36/RageMP-BigData
    API
    for obvious reasons i made this only to go from server-side to client-side and not client-side to server-side, there is a commented code about this and with a bit of knowlegde you can get it to work but it's not recommended since it will basically flood your server if you have many players so stay of it!
    Server-Side Functions
    /** Send a big data to a player @param player valid muliplayer player object @param eventName the event which is defined on client-side (just a normal event name) @param DataArray It's an array of data like how player.call works, and it supports all types of data (objects, numbers, strings with no effect on the typing!) @callback dataReceived Optional callback triggers when the data is received in full by the client @param retry Optional param which is true by default, pass false to disable auto retry (this will cause the data to be lost, added by request but don't use it!) */ player.callBig(eventName, DataArray, dataReceived, &retry) /** Send a big data to all players @param eventName the event which is defined on client-side (just a normal event name) @param DataArray It's an array of data like how player.call works, and it supports all types of data (objects, numbers, strings with no effect on the typing! */ mp.players.callBig(eventName, DataArray) /** Set a big shared variable on players @param name name of the data @param data any type of data @callback dataReceived Optinal callback triggers when the data is received in full by the client @param retry Optional param which is true by default, pass false to disable auto retry (this will cause the data to be lost, added by request but don't use it!) */ player.setBigVariable(name, data, dataReceived, &retry) /** Get a previously set shared data on the client @param name name of the data */ player.getBigVariable(name) /** Set a big private data on client which is only set on a certain client, access it on server-side with player.privateData[dataName] You can use player.pdata.name instead from 0.0.3 @param name name of the data @param data any type of data @callback dataReceived Optinal callback triggers when the data is received in full by the client @param retry Optional param which is true by default, pass false to disable auto retry (this will cause the data to be lost, added by request but don't use it!) */ player.setPrivateData(name, data, dataReceived, &retry) /** Delete private data on server-side and client-side @param name name of the data */ player.deletePrivateData(name) Server-Side Variables
    /** * Setter * Sets private data on client like setPrivateData but without optional retry * Use with try catch, it can only be set if there is no other pending data on the target name (throw error if there is a pending data) */ player.pdata.dataName = value /** * Getter * Get private data which was set, must be used with await since the data may take time to reach client; */ var data = await player.pdata.dataName; Server-Side Events
    /** Detemine if a data has been fully received by the client @param player playerObject which has sent this signal @param id Id of the data sending session @param eventName Name of the even you have been called on the client previously using callBig */ mp.events.add('DataSender:End', (player, id, eventName) => {}) /** This will be called when the sent data was failed (there is an auto retry to put the data on player for sure but see this as a notification) @param id Id of the data sending session @param dataName Name of the data you have been set on the client @param errorCode -1 Means the data could not be parsed on client, -2 means there was some data chunks lost on the send proccess */ mp.events.add('DataSender:Failed', (id, dataName, errorCode) => {}) Client-Side Functions
    /** Get a shared variable of a player @param name data name that was set on the player */ player.getBigVariable(name) Client-Side Variables
    You can get client private data using mp.players.local.privateData[dataName] Client-Side Events
    /** Get notified when a shared data get's updated on server-side @param dataName shared data name @param entityId id of the entity which this it's shared data has been updated (currently it's only a player) @param type get type of entity which is updated (player, object, vehicle, ped but currenly it's only player) @param oldData previously set data if it's forst time then it's undefined @param newData the latest data has been set on this name */ mp.events.addBigDataHandler(dataName, (entityId, type, oldData, newData) => {}) /** Get notified when a shared data get's updated on server-side @param dataName private data name @param oldData previously set data if it's forst time then it's undefined @param newData the latest data has been set on this name */ mp.events.addPrivateDataHandler(dataName, (oldData, newData) => {}) Example (BigData Event Sample)
    Server-Side
    // Big data is an array of rage-mp cloths (something around 15MB of data) and other ones are regular data (can be big data as well) player.callBig('GetBigData', [BigData, 'Some Other Test Arguments', 3]); Client-Side
    mp.events.add('GetBigData', (BigJSONData, args1, argg2) => { mp.gui.chat.push(`Data: ${BigJSONData['Tops']['Male']['NONE'][0].name} - Type: ${typeof(BigJSONData)}`); mp.gui.chat.push(`Data: ${args1} - Type: ${typeof(args1)}`); mp.gui.chat.push(`Data: ${argg2} - Type: ${typeof(argg2)}`); }) Results

    Benchmark
    Well, the time it takes to transfer the data really depends on player network speed, data chunk size and the size of the data it self. For testing, i sent a very big json file contaning all rage-mp clothing with their torsos and names and prices (which i use on server-side my self), the file is something around 15MB, it took something about ~3s to transfer the whole data to the client, this is a beta version of the library but any help is accepted for optimizations.
    Installation
    Copy all the files to your packages/client-packages Make sure to add the client-side file to your index.js Enjoy! Known Issues
    If your data fails and you set a new data which does not fail, the old data is probably gonna replace the new data over retry  

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  3. [JS] Clientside Polygons API (Dynamic Colshapes!)

    I recently needed a polygons library like this for my gamemode to define some companies, houses, gangzones and other kind of establishments boundaries, so I decided to create this resource previously based on abmn's zone manager, but the code was terrible and I decided to rewrite my own from scratch and improving the functionality.

    Basically you'll be able to create any kind of colshape you want, without worring about combining colshapes to fit your needs, you can just define the points and the height of the shape and it'll be created easily!

    You can set boundaries for houses to move furnitures, for companies to accomplish the job, for mountains in hunting animals scripts and anything else your creativity takes you, just use it!

    Demos

    https://streamable.com/w7l4h6

    https://youtu.be/OxSPcVQrWrY

    Advantages

    The main advantages of using this resource instead of abmn's are:
    These polygons are dynamic, you can modify, move, rotate, basically do anything to the polygon vertices array in real time and it'll work instantaneously, updating the collisions with players. This script is way more optimized and lightweight than the other version. You can choose the color for the lines of the polygon and set them visible or not by just modifying the polygon `visible` property. This script supports different kind of heights for detecting collision (eg.: slopes), it's accurate (may not work as you think it should depending on the slope degree and the polygon height), and supports even colshapes for mountains. You can add more vertex at any time you want to existing polygons, by just pushing a new vector3 position to `polygon.vertices` array.
      API Functions
    /* Creates a new polygon and return it's instance */ mp.polygons.add(vertices: Vector3Mp[], height: number, options = { visible: false, lineColorRGBA: [255,255,255,255], dimension: 0 }): Polygon /* Removes a polygon */ mp.polygons.remove(polygon: Polygon): void /* Check if a polygon exists */ mp.polygons.exists(polygon: Polygon): boolean /* Check if a position is contained within a given polygon */ mp.polygons.isPositionWithinPolygon(position: Vector3Mp, polygon: Polygon): boolean /* Examples */ // Creating a new polygon const polygon = mp.polygons.add([new mp.Vector3(10, 10, 5), new mp.Vector3(15, 15, 5), new mp.vector3(5, 5, 5)], 10, { visible: false, lineColorRGBA: [255,255,255,255], dimension: 0 }); // Set the polygon lines visible polygon.visible = true; // Modifying a polygon height polygon.height = 100; // Modifying a polygon color (RGBA) polygon.lineColorRGBA = [255, 155, 0, 255]; // Modifying a polygon dimension polygon.dimension = 30; /* Events*/ // Event called when player enter a polygon (clientside) mp.events.add('playerEnterPolygon', (polygon) => mp.gui.chat.push(`You entered the polygon ${polygon.id}!`)); // Event called when the local player leaves a polygon (clientside) mp.events.add('playerLeavePolygon', (polygon) => mp.gui.chat.push(`You left the polygon ${polygon.id}.`)); How to install
    Download the zip folder Extract it on your clientside folder Require the index file from the polygons folder. Enjoy it!

    See you on the next release!

    - n0minal

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  4. Blood VFX

    Requires RAGE Multiplayer 1.1.0 and above.
    If you ever played the missions "Grass Roots - Michael" and "Grass Roots - Trevor", you'll remember these missions had special particle effects. This resource allows you to use those particle effects on your server.
     
    Installing
    Put BloodVfx.js into your server's client_packages directory, then add require('BloodVfx'); to client_packages/index.js.
     
    API (Clientside)
    /* This resource adds "bloodVfxMode" property to the mp.game.graphics object. Blood VFX modes: - VFX_MODE_DEFAULT = 0 - VFX_MODE_ALIEN = 1 - VFX_MODE_CLOWN = 2 - Invalid modes will be treated as VFX_MODE_DEFAULT. */ mp.game.graphics.bloodVfxMode  
    Example
    const KEY_F2 = 0x71; const KEY_F3 = 0x72; const KEY_F4 = 0x73; const VFX_MODE_DEFAULT = 0; const VFX_MODE_ALIEN = 1; const VFX_MODE_CLOWN = 2; // Pressing F2 will enable alien blood VFX. mp.keys.bind(KEY_F2, false, () => { mp.game.graphics.bloodVfxMode = VFX_MODE_ALIEN; }); // Pressing F3 will enable clown blood VFX. mp.keys.bind(KEY_F3, false, () => { mp.game.graphics.bloodVfxMode = VFX_MODE_CLOWN; }); // Pressing F4 will disable active blood VFX. mp.keys.bind(KEY_F4, false, () => { mp.game.graphics.bloodVfxMode = VFX_MODE_DEFAULT; });  
    Notes
    RAGEMP does not disable alien/clown blood VFX between sessions. (might change in the future) Meaning if you're playing on serverA that has clown blood VFX enabled and connect to serverB using the F1 menu, you'll still have clown blood VFX.  
    Source code is available on GitHub Gist in case you don't want to download: https://gist.github.com/root-cause/49e7b1601d531bb4c8ba18489ff6731c

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  5. Glowing Players

    Requires RAGE Multiplayer 1.1.0 and above.
    This resource allows you to apply a glowing effect to players.
     
    Installing
    Put the files you downloaded in their respective places Add require('playerglow') to client_packages/index.js All done  
    API (Serverside)
    /** * Sets the glow color of a player. * @param {Number} red * @param {Number} green * @param {Number} blue */ player.setGlowColor(red, green, blue); /** * Gets the glow color of a player. * @return {Object} Glow color, will be null if the player doesn't have one. */ player.getGlowColor(); /** * Disables the glowing effect of a player. */ player.resetGlowColor();  
    Example
    mp.events.addCommand("setglow", (player, _, red, green, blue) => { player.setGlowColor(Number(red), Number(green), Number(blue)); }); mp.events.addCommand("getglow", (player) => { player.outputChatBox(`Current glow color: ${JSON.stringify(player.getGlowColor())}`); }); mp.events.addCommand("resetglow", (player) => { player.resetGlowColor(); });  
    Notes
    The effect is not really noticeable during daytime. If you have glowing players in your stream range and reconnect via F1 menu, their particle effect(s) will stay there until GTAV is restarted. This is because of particle handles being lost during reconnection and since they aren't managed by RAGEMP, they won't get removed.  
    Source code is available on GitHub in case you don't want to download: https://github.com/root-cause/ragemp-player-glow

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  6. [PHP][Discord] Show Player Count directly in Discord

    In this file I will get you started on how you can use Discord to show your current player count.
     
    First step is to create an application at:
    https://discord.com/developers/applications

    Once created click Bot on the left hand side.
    Click "Add Bot" and then "Yes, do it!"
    Change your Icon to something more pretty
    Click "COPY" underneath "Click to reveal token"
    Open the file in the ZIP.
    Install PHP composer if not already installed.
    Run composer require team-reflex/discord-php
    Edit the example_rage.php file and change the "Discord Token here" to the token you copied earlier
    Change line 17 IP:PORT to your Server IP and Port
    When ready run the file with php -q example_rage.php
    This script must always be running for it to appear on the Discord member section. Therefore I would recommend running Linux Screen and running the php -q command then detaching the screen to run it in the background.
    The script uses the Discord Heartbeat to keep it active within the list. It will also only poll the server after running the heartbeat 5 times which is every 42 seconds.
     
    To set it up with your Discord server you must do the following:
    Take the link you were at to setup your bot - it should look like: https://discord.com/developers/applications/IDHERE/bot
    Where it says IDHERE - take it and insert it here: https://discord.com/api/oauth2/authorize?client_id=IDHERE&scope=bot&permissions=1
    Once this page loads - select your discord server that you are an admin of. 
    This will authorize your bot to submit to your server.
     
    To make your bot appear at the top of the list, simply create a new permission role called Server
    Give it permission to send messages
    Set it a nice colour
    Drag it to the top of your list
    Go to the User that is now in your Member list showing player details and give the role of the server you just created
     
    Have fun!
     

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  7. Timer Bars 2

    Timer Bars 2 is a complete rewrite of my old Timer Bars resource. It's not backwards compatible, meaning you'll need to update your existing timerbar code if you want to switch to this resource.
     
    Changes
    Now requires RAGE Multiplayer 1.1.0 and above Now using offsets, sizes and logic from alexguirre's RAGENativeUI. It really is a great project and deserves some GitHub stars, check it out. OOP approach Probably a bit more efficient Definitely more pleasing to look at  
    Clientside API
    You can access the API by loading timerbars into a variable:
    const timerBarPool = require("timerbars");  
    timerbars/index.js exports these functions:
    // Adds timerbars into the internal timerbar pool. Values sent to this function must be an instance of TimerBarBase or they'll be ignored. add(...args); // Returns whether the internal timerbar pool has specified timerbar. has(timerBar); // Removes the specified timerbar from the internal timerbar pool. If you added the same timerbar multiple times, you'll need to use this function multiple times. remove(timerBar); // Empties the internal timerbar pool. clear();  
    Timer Bars
    TimerBarBase
    This is the base class for other timer bar classes, not really useful on its own since it just draws the title and background. You can inherit from this class to implement your own timer bar designs.
    /* Constructor */ new TimerBarBase(title); /* Properties */ // Title (left text) of the timer bar. Accepts and returns a string. title // Color of the timer bar's title. Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array, returns RGBA array. titleColor // Highlight color of the timer bar. Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array. Returns null if a highlight color isn't set and RGBA array otherwise. highlightColor /* Functions */ // Calls mp.game.gxt.reset on the internal GXT entries. Should be used if you're going to stop using a timer bar completely. resetGxt()  
    TextTimerBar
    This is the timer bar with a title and a text.
    /* Constructor */ new TextTimerBar(title, text); /* Properties */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase title titleColor highlightColor // Label (right text) of the timer bar. Accepts and returns a string. text // Color of the timer bar's label. Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array, returns RGBA array. textColor // Color of the timer bar's label and title, accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array. No return value since it's just a setter. color /* Functions */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase resetGxt()  
    PlayerTimerBar
    This is the timer bar with a title and a text, except the title is styled to be like GTA Online's player name display.
    /* Constructor */ new PlayerTimerBar(title, text); /* Properties */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase title titleColor highlightColor // Inherited from TextTimerBar text textColor color /* Functions */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase resetGxt()  
    BarTimerBar
    This is the timer bar with a title and a progress bar.
    /* Constructor */ new BarTimerBar(title, progress); /* Properties */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase title titleColor highlightColor // Progress of the timer bar. Accepts and returns a number between 0.0 and 1.0. progress // Background color of the progress bar. Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array, returns RGBA array. backgroundColor // Foreground color of the progress bar. Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array, returns RGBA array. foregroundColor /* Functions */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase resetGxt()  
    CheckpointTimerBar
    This is the timer bar with a title and a bunch of circles.
    /* Constructor */ new CheckpointTimerBar(title, numCheckpoints); /* Static properties */ CheckpointTimerBar.state = { inProgress: 0, completed: 1, failed: 2 }; /* Properties */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase title titleColor highlightColor // The amount of checkpoints of the timer bar. Read only, returns a number. numCheckpoints // Color of the checkpoints with the state "completed". Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array, returns RGBA array. color // Color of the checkpoints with the state "inProgress". Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array, returns RGBA array. inProgressColor // Color of the checkpoints with the state "failed". Accepts HUD color IDs or RGBA array, returns RGBA array. failedColor /* Functions */ // Inherited from TimerBarBase resetGxt() // Sets a specified checkpoint's state, checkpoint indices start from 0 and go up to numCheckpoints - 1. Refer to static properties section for newState values. setCheckpointState(index, newState); // Sets all checkpoints state of the timer bar. Refer to static properties section for newState values. setAllCheckpointsState(newState); Check the wiki for HUD colors: https://wiki.rage.mp/index.php?title=Fonts_and_Colors#HUD_Colors
     
    Example
    Creating the timerbars in the screenshot:
    const timerBarPool = require("timerbars"); const TextTimerBar = require("timerbars/classes/TextTimerBar"); const PlayerTimerBar = require("timerbars/classes/PlayerTimerBar"); const BarTimerBar = require("timerbars/classes/BarTimerBar"); const CheckpointTimerBar = require("timerbars/classes/CheckpointTimerBar"); // Set up text bars const mapTimeBar = new TextTimerBar("MAP TIME", "00:08"); mapTimeBar.textColor = [224, 50, 50, 255]; // or 6 (HUD_COLOUR_RED) mapTimeBar.highlightColor = 8; // HUD_COLOUR_REDDARK const ksBar = new TextTimerBar("KILLSTREAK", "5"); // Set up progress bar const progressBar = new BarTimerBar("CAPTURING", 0.33); // Set up checkpoint bar const checkpointBar = new CheckpointTimerBar("BASES", 5); checkpointBar.color = 18; // HUD_COLOUR_GREEN, or [114, 204, 114, 255] for (let i = 0; i < 3; i++) { checkpointBar.setCheckpointState(i, CheckpointTimerBar.state.completed); } // Set up player bars const playerBars = [ new PlayerTimerBar("3rd: PlayerName3", "9 kills"), new PlayerTimerBar("2nd: PlayerName2", "12 kills"), new PlayerTimerBar("1st: AimbotNub", "30 kills") ]; playerBars.forEach((bar, index) => { bar.color = 107 + index; }); // Bars won't be drawn until they are in the timerBarPool, so press F6 to add them mp.keys.bind(0x75 /* F6 */, false, () => { timerBarPool.add(mapTimeBar, ksBar, progressBar, checkpointBar, ...playerBars); }); // ...and press F7 to clear the timerBarPool (or remove them individually with the timerBarPool.remove function) mp.keys.bind(0x76 /* F7 */, false, () => { timerBarPool.clear(); }); // Pressing F8 toggles a loading prompt, which makes the timerbars go up a bit mp.keys.bind(0x77 /* F8 */, false, () => { mp.game.gxt.set("TB_TEST_LOADING", "Preparing next map..."); if (!mp.game.invoke("0xD422FCC5F239A915") /* BUSYSPINNER_IS_ON */) { mp.game.ui.setLoadingPromptTextEntry("TB_TEST_LOADING"); mp.game.ui.showLoadingPrompt(1); } else { mp.game.invoke("0x10D373323E5B9C0D" /* BUSYSPINNER_OFF */); } }); Source code is available on GitHub in case you don't want to download: https://github.com/root-cause/ragemp-timerbars

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  8. [C#]RAGE:MP Discord Integration

    RAGEMP-DiscordIntegration
    This wrapper allows you easily create an instance of a discord bot within your RAGE:MP server.
    Features:
    1. Send messages to discord from your RAGE:MP Server.
    2. Send messages to your RAGE:MP Server from your Discord server.
    3. Register specific channel for the bot to listen. (Can be changed during runtime).
    3. Remove specific channel for the bot to STOP listening. (Can be changed during runtime).
    4. Update bot status on setup and/or during runtime
     
    How to use the wrapper
    1. Add the RAGEMP-DiscordIntegration.dll as a reference to your project in visual studio.
    2. Make sure to place the three provided Discord.Net.xx.dll into your server/runtime folder.
    3. Enjoy))))
    How to set up
    1. Create a new application on Discord Developers
    2. Create a bot.
    3. Invite bot to discord server.
    4. Use the token from your bot to initialize the bot as shown in the example below.
    5. Register/Remove channels from where your bot sends to all players.
    Example script.
    using GTANetworkAPI; using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Text; public class Yes : Script { public Yes() { NAPI.Util.ConsoleOutput("Loaded: yes"); } [ServerEvent(Event.ResourceStart)] public void OnResourceStart() { Integration.DiscordIntegration.SetUpBotInstance("TOKEN_HERE", "RAGE:MP", Discord.ActivityType.Playing, Discord.UserStatus.DoNotDisturb); } [ServerEvent(Event.ChatMessage)] public async void OnChatMessage(Player player, string strMessage) { string strFormatted = $"[RAGE:MP] {player.Name}: {strMessage}"; await Integration.DiscordIntegration.SendMessage(3897429387492374, strFormatted, true).ConfigureAwait(true); } [Command("registerchannel")] public void RegisterDiscord(Player player, ulong discordChannelID) { bool bSuccess = Integration.DiscordIntegration.RegisterChannelForListenting(discordChannelID); player.SendChatMessage(bSuccess ? "Success" : "No Success"); } [Command("removechannel")] public void RemoveDiscordChannel(Player player, ulong discordChannelID) { bool bSuccess = Integration.DiscordIntegration.RemoveChannelFromListening(discordChannelID); player.SendChatMessage(bSuccess ? "Success" : "No Success"); } [Command("botstatus")] public async void UpdateBotStatusCommand(Player player, string gameName, Discord.ActivityType eActivityType, Discord.UserStatus eUserStatus) { await Integration.DiscordIntegration.UpdateBotStatus(gameName, eActivityType, eUserStatus).ConfigureAwait(true); } } Source code can be found on my github: https://github.com/JeremyEspresso/RAGEMP-DiscordIntegration

    Bugs or feature requests and what not. Just open an issue on the github and I will take a look soon™️.

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  9. Fake Pickups

    Requires RAGE Multiplayer 1.1.0 and above.
    This resource adds the ability to create classic GTA style pickups we all love.
     
    Installing
    Put the files you downloaded in their respective places Add require('fake-pickups') to client_packages/index.js All done  
    Serverside API
    Global mp object extension:
    // Properties /* Returns the amount of existing pickups. */ mp.fakePickups.length; // Functions /* Creates a pickup. * model - Model name or hash, such as prop_armour_pickup. * position - Position of the pickup, recommended: mp.Vector3 instance * pickupRange - Collection range of the pickup. * respawnTime - Respawn time of the pickup after collection, values less than 1 will disable respawning of the pickup. * dimension - Dimension of the pickup. */ mp.fakePickups.new(model, position, pickupRange, respawnTime, dimension = 0); /* Returns the pickup instance with specified ID. */ mp.fakePickups.at(id); /* Returns whether a pickup with specified ID exists. */ mp.fakePickups.exists(id); /* Returns an array of existing pickups. */ mp.fakePickups.toArray();  
    FakePickup class:
    // Properties /* ID of the pickup, read only. */ instance.id; /* Model hash of the pickup, read only. */ instance.model; /* Position of the pickup, read only. */ instance.position; /* Collection range of the pickup, read only. */ instance.pickupRange; /* Respawn time of the pickup, can be changed. */ instance.respawnTime; /* Light data of the pickup, read only. */ instance.lightData; /* Whether the pickup is collected, read only. */ instance.isCollected; /* Dimension of the pickup, can be changed. */ instance.dimension; // Functions /* Allows you to set light data of the pickup, argument names should be obvious. If you want to remove the pickup's light, use resetLightData instead of this function with weird values. */ instance.setLightData(red, green, blue, range, intensity, shadow); /* Resets light data of the pickup. */ instance.resetLightData(); /* Respawns the pickup. (if collected) */ instance.respawn(); /* Destroys the pickup. */ instance.destroy();  
    Events:
    /* fakePickupSpawn is called when a pickup's prop is created. (Basically when it's created and respawned) */ mp.events.add("fakePickupSpawn", (pickup) => { // code here }); /* playerCollectFakePickup is called when a player collects a pickup. This event is cancelable. (Check example script) */ mp.events.add("playerCollectFakePickup", (player, pickup, cancel) => { // code here });  
    Example Script
    // setLightData calls are optional and you don't have to use them, just makes the pickups stand out at night time. const moneyPickup = mp.fakePickups.new("ex_prop_exec_cashpile", new mp.Vector3(1571.681, 3163.909, 40.331), 1.0, 5000); moneyPickup.setLightData(114, 204, 114, 2.0, 2.5, 15.0); const healthPickup = mp.fakePickups.new("prop_ld_health_pack", new mp.Vector3(1568.648, 3166.397, 40.331), 1.0, 5000); healthPickup.setLightData(53, 154, 71, 2.0, 2.5, 15.0); const armorPickup = mp.fakePickups.new("prop_armour_pickup", new mp.Vector3(1567.359, 3169.639, 40.331), 1.0, 5000); armorPickup.setLightData(93, 182, 229, 2.0, 2.5, 15.0); const weaponPickup = mp.fakePickups.new("w_mg_combatmg", new mp.Vector3(1569.465, 3172.773, 40.331), 1.0, 5000); weaponPickup.setLightData(255, 133, 85, 2.0, 2.5, 15.0); // You're better off using custom properties with your pickup instance, this code is for testing purposes. mp.events.add("playerCollectFakePickup", (player, pickup, cancel) => { if (pickup === moneyPickup) { player.outputChatBox("You picked up some money."); } else if (pickup === healthPickup) { if (player.health >= 75) { player.outputChatBox("You're just fine, no need to waste a health pack."); // Doing cancel.cancel = true; prevents the pickup from being marked as collected. cancel.cancel = true; return; } player.health = 100; player.outputChatBox("Health refilled."); } else if (pickup === armorPickup) { if (player.armour > 0) { player.outputChatBox("You already have armor."); // Doing cancel.cancel = true; prevents the pickup from being marked as collected. cancel.cancel = true; return; } player.armour = 100; player.outputChatBox("You picked up some armor."); } else if (pickup === weaponPickup) { player.giveWeapon(mp.joaat("weapon_combatmg"), 9999); player.outputChatBox("You picked up Combat MG."); } }); mp.events.add("fakePickupSpawn", (pickup) => { switch (pickup.model) { case mp.joaat("ex_prop_exec_cashpile"): mp.players.broadcast("The money pickup has respawned."); break; case mp.joaat("prop_ld_health_pack"): mp.players.broadcast("The health pickup has respawned."); break; case mp.joaat("prop_armour_pickup"): mp.players.broadcast("The body armor pickup has respawned."); break; case mp.joaat("w_mg_combatmg"): mp.players.broadcast("The Combat MG pickup has respawned."); break; } });  
    Source code is available on GitHub in case you don't want to download: https://github.com/root-cause/ragemp-fake-pickups

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  10. DavWebCreator

    DavWebCreator
    DavWebCreator is a C# class 'library' which provides you the possibility to generate HTML structures with according styles and logic behind each element.
    There are already plenty of examples online here: https://DavWebCreator.com
    But anyway I will provide you here at least one example 🙂
    Compatible with 1.1.0.0
     
    If you want to report a bug or just want some help join my discord: https://discord.gg/JYNDrSh
     
    Preview

     
    Code behind:
    [Command("yesno")] public void YesNoDialogExample(Client player) { // Generate the Browser Browser browser = new Browser("YesNoDialog", BrowserType.Custom, BrowserContentAlign.Center, "520px", "100%"); // Create the dialog. (Most of the elements will get a default value) var yesNoDialog = browser.GetYesNoDialog("YES_NO_EXAMPLE", "Character Deletion", "WARNING", "Do you really want to delete your character?", "Yes", "No"); // Customize for example the font size and the margin. yesNoDialog.Card.ContentTitle.FontSize = "30px"; yesNoDialog.Card.Margin = "33% 0 0 0"; // Add to the browser browser.AddYesNoDialog(yesNoDialog); // Finally open the browser for the desire player. browser.OpenBrowser(player); } //This event will be called when a button was clicked. [RemoteEvent("YES_NO_EXAMPLE")] public void YesNoExample(Client player, params object[] args) { if (args == null) return; // This is just a list of reponses. (You can bind for example 3 textboxes to a button and when someone click on that button, all 3 binded textboxes will be in the response, with their hidden values. List<BrowserEventResponse> responses = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<List<BrowserEventResponse>>(args[0].ToString()); // For some reason we know that a YesNoDialog only gives you one response, because only the clicked button will be returned. BrowserEventResponse buttonResponse = responses[0]; player.SendChatMessage(buttonResponse.Value + " Clicked"); player.SendChatMessage(buttonResponse.HiddenValue + " This is our secret hidden value. e.g. some id"); // Close the browser player.TriggerEvent("CLOSE_BROWSER"); // Do stuff }  
    Installation
    Download the .rar Open the "DavWebCreator_Installation.rar" and open the directory called "DavWebCreator_GetStarted". Open the directory "Server Resources" and Copy and paste the directory "DavWebCreator" in to your"Visual Studio" server project. Go back to the directory called "DavWebCreator_GetStarted". Now open the directory "Client Resources" and Copy and paste the directory "DavWebCreator" in to your "Visual Studio" client project. Your solution should now look like this.

          6. Go back to the directory called"DavWebCreator_GetStarted".
          7. Now open the directory "Client Frontend" and copy and paste the directory "DavWebCreator" in to your RageMp "client_packages" directory.
     
    This is how it should look now:

    Done. Lets start with some examples…
    The project stays under the MIT license, feel free to contribute: https://github.com/davidowiz/DavWebBrowser 🙂
    Maybe the installation procedure will be improved. But as you all now, time is limited.
    Best regards,
    Davidowiz

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  11. MC-RP Object Editor

    This is a public release of the object editor used on the Mafia City Roleplay server. 
    Usage client-side: 
    let obj = mp.objects.new(mp.game.joaat(model), new mp.Vector3(position.x, position.y, position.z)); mp.events.call('objecteditor:start', obj.id); mp.events.add('objecteditor:finish', (objId, pos, rot) => { if(obj.id == objId) { // send pos and rot to server and save or do whatever. return; } });  
    Github Link: https://github.com/Ahmad45123/ragemp-objecteditor

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  12. Texture Variation Sync

    Requires RAGE Multiplayer 1.1.0 and above.
    This resource adds 2 new functions to mp.Object that provides texture variation sync.
    If you don't know the purpose of prop texture variations, you should check out GTA Online's stunt maps/props and yacht styles.
     
    Installing
    Put the files you downloaded in their respective places Add require('texturevariation') to client_packages/index.js All done  
    Serverside API
    /** * Sets the texture variation of the object. * @param {number} textureVariation Texture variation index. */ object.setTextureVariation(textureVariation); /** * Returns the texture variation of the object. * @return {number} */ object.getTextureVariation();  
    Example
    This snippet was used during development:
    const gamerChair = mp.objects.new("gr_prop_highendchair_gr_01a", new mp.Vector3(-425.517, 1123.620, 325.8544)); gamerChair.setTextureVariation(1); mp.events.addCommand("chaircol", (player, colorIndex) => { colorIndex = Number(colorIndex); if (!Number.isInteger(colorIndex)) { player.outputChatBox("Usage: /chaircol [color index]"); return; } gamerChair.setTextureVariation(colorIndex); }); mp.events.addCommand("spawntube", (player, colorIndex) => { colorIndex = Number(colorIndex); if (!Number.isInteger(colorIndex)) { player.outputChatBox("Usage: /spawntube [color index]"); return; } const tube = mp.objects.new("bkr_prop_biker_tube_xxs", player.position); tube.setTextureVariation(colorIndex); });  

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  13. ZoneManager

    RageMP-ZoneManager
    A very useful client-side system which let you create four squares or hexagons in any shape like colshapes which support Z axis
    GIT REPO
    Why i needed something like this
    I was creating a traffic system which needed me to be able to check if a guy entered any crossroads and colshapes wasn't the thing i wanted + i wanted to sell farms by their shape and some of them wasn't shaped exaclty foursquare and i needed a little more, so i craeted this script to be able to make those things possible easily.
    Features
    You can create 4 types of zone which are defined az mp.zones.types in the script. You can loop through your zones and remove them. You can register zones by desired name. You may delete any zone any time. Server-side events also included. It supports Z axis which is still not very clever since it's not a big deal, all i needed was to prevent people to trigger some events from above the ground Have 4 testing functions which let you draw your zone on the map to see how it fits You can now register zones by any vector pointes above 2 Functions (Client-Side)
    /* Check if a zone is registered by it's name and it's dimension */ mp.zones.isZoneRegistered(zoneName, dimension) /* Unregister a zone by it's name and dimension */ mp.zones.unRegisterZone(zoneName, dimension) /* Register a zone by a list of vectors, height , zoneName, type, dimension Vectors: an arrayList of vectors depending on the type of the zone you are choosing to create for example if you are creating a 2PointZone all you need is 2 Vectors inside an array which are the starting point and the ending point and you have to pass height as -1 since it's not used in that type of zone if you are creating a 4PointZone you need to have an arrayList of vectors with 4 Vectors inside and height is used this time, same as 4PointZone in 6PointZone you need to pass 6 vectors and the height. Returns ZoneObject (contains name, type, positions, and zone.data [which never used it my self]) */ mp.zones.registerZone(Vectors, height, zoneName, type, dimension) /* Get ZoneObject by it's name and dimension */ mp.zones.getZoneByName(zoneName, dimension) /* Draw a 2PointZone for testing Requires 2 vectors */ mp.zones.drawZoneBy2(startPosition, endPosition) /* Draw a 4PointZone for testing Requires 4 vectors and height */ mp.zones.drawZoneBy4(Vectors, height) /* Draw a 6PointZone for testing Requires 6 vectors and height */ mp.zones.drawZoneBy6(Vectors, height) /* Draw a NPointZone for testing Requires array of vectors and height Unlimited number of points supported by this code */ mp.zones.drawZoneByN(Vectors, height) /* Check whether a point on the map is inside the zone or not */ mp.zones.isPointInZone(point, zoneName, dimension) /* This is a list of registered zone names used for looping through zones */ mp.zones.registered Events (Server-Side/Client-Side)
    On client side the player parameter is mostly the local player it self.
    /* mp.events.add('ZoneManager_PlayerEnterZone', (player, zoneName) => { //Your Code }) mp.events.add('ZoneManager_PlayerExitZone', (player, zoneName) => { //Your Code }) */ Changelog
    4/1/2020 - v0.0.1 - Added support for dimension - Addes support for NPointZone type which let you create zones by any number of points - Changed some functions to support dimensions, if you already used the script you may need to change them - getZoneByName now returns undefined if the zone on the dimension does not exists (this thing existed before but i forgot to mention it before)

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  14. Attachment Sync (C#)

    Source code : https://github.com/J4YT/RAGE-Multiplayer-Attachment-Sync

    C# Attachment sync for RAGE Multiplayer Server and Client. 
    Equivalent for the Efficient Attachment System made by ragempdev and rootcause
    https://rage.mp/files/file/144-efficient-attachment-sync
    Credits to DasNiels for the server-side Efficient Attachment Sync C#
    https://github.com/DasNiels/EfficientAttachmentSyncCSharp
    It has only been tested on RAGE Multiplayer 1.1
     

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  15. Better Clientside Commands

    This resource extends clientside mp.events object to make clientside command handling easier, which means no more splitting strings to use with if/else if or switch/case in playerCommand event
     
    Installing
    Put mp-commands into your server's client_packages directory, then add require('mp-commands'); to client_packages/index.js.
     
    Clientside API
    /** * Adds a clientside command. * @param {string} name Name of the command. * @param {function} handlerFn Function that will run when the command is used. * @throws {TypeError} name argument must be a string. * @throws {TypeError} handlerFn argument must be a function. * @throws {Error} Command with the given name already exists. */ mp.events.addCommand(name, handlerFn); /** * Returns clientside command names. * @return {string[]} */ mp.events.getCommandNames(); /** * Removes a clientside command. * @param {string} name Name of the command to remove. * @return {boolean} */ mp.events.removeCommand(name); /** * Removes all clientside commands. */ mp.events.removeAllCommands(); /** * (v2.0.0) Adds a console command. * @param {string} name Name of the console command. * @param {function} handlerFn Function that will run when the console command is used. * @throws {TypeError} name argument must be a string. * @throws {TypeError} handlerFn argument must be a function. * @throws {Error} Console command with the given name already exists. */ mp.console.addCommand(name, handlerFn); /** * (v2.0.0) Returns console command names. * @return {string[]} */ mp.console.getCommandNames(); /** * (v2.0.0) Removes a console command. * @param {string} name Name of the console command to remove. * @return {boolean} */ mp.console.removeCommand(name); /** * (v2.0.0) Removes all console commands. */ mp.console.removeAllCommands();  
    Example
    /* Looks like it's serverside code but it's not, updates GTA V's cash display. Usage: /updmoney [amount] */ mp.events.addCommand("updmoney", function (amount) { amount = Number(amount); if (!Number.isInteger(amount)) { mp.gui.chat.push("Invalid amount."); return; } mp.game.stats.statSetInt(mp.game.joaat("SP0_TOTAL_CASH"), amount, false); }); mp.events.addCommand("cmds", function () { mp.gui.chat.push(`Commands: ${mp.events.getCommandNames().join(", ")}`); });  
    Example (Console)
    NOTE: Console is a RAGE Multiplayer 1.1 feature, which means code below won't work on stable/prerelease/0.3.7 branch.
    // Write "hat 123 0" to the console and press enter to give yourself a cool helmet. mp.console.addCommand("hat", function (drawable, texture = 0) { drawable = Number(drawable); texture = Number(texture); if (!Number.isInteger(drawable) || !Number.isInteger(texture)) { mp.console.logError("Invalid drawable/texture."); return; } if (drawable < 0) { mp.players.local.clearProp(0); } else { mp.players.local.setPropIndex(0, drawable, texture, true); } }); // Write "cmds" to the console to see available console commands. mp.console.addCommand("cmds", function() { mp.console.logInfo(`Console commands: ${mp.console.getCommandNames().join(", ")}`); });  
    Notes
    I recommend loading mp-commands as the first script in client_packages/index.js so the functions become available in other scripts. Command names are case sensitive.

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  16. mp.game.data

    Requires RAGE Multiplayer 1.1.0 and above.
    This resource adds wrappers for these natives:
    _GET_TATTOO_COLLECTION_DATA GET_SHOP_PED_COMPONENT GET_SHOP_PED_PROP GET_DLC_WEAPON_DATA GET_DLC_WEAPON_COMPONENT_DATA GET_PED_HEAD_BLEND_DATA GET_WEAPON_HUD_STATS GET_WEAPON_COMPONENT_HUD_STATS Before 1.1.0, you couldn't use these natives because they needed pointers to their respective structures but since 1.1 allows developers to use ArrayBuffers, that is no longer a problem. Thing is, you still need to create a buffer, invoke the native and read the data from your buffer. (too much work)
    This resource is made to prevent that.
     
    Installing
    Put gamedata into your server's client_packages directory, then add require('gamedata'); to client_packages/index.js.
     
    Clientside API
    This resource extends "mp.game" by adding a "data" object that contains multiple functions.
    /* Returns information about a decoration/tattoo. characterType: * 0 = Michael * 1 = Franklin * 2 = Trevor * 3 = MPMale * 4 = MPFemale decorationIndex: * Decoration/tattoo index between 0 and _GET_NUM_DECORATIONS(characterType). Returned object: * { lockHash, id, collection, preset, cost, eFacing, updateGroup, textLabel } This native was researched & documented by TomGrobbe. (https://github.com/TomGrobbe) */ mp.game.data.getTattooCollectionData(characterType, decorationIndex); /* Returns information about a clothing item. componentHash: * Obtained by GET_HASH_NAME_FOR_COMPONENT. Returned object: * { lockHash, uniqueNameHash, locate, drawableIndex, textureIndex, unk1, eCompType, unk2, unk3, textLabel } */ mp.game.data.getShopPedComponent(componentHash); /* Returns information about a clothing item. (prop) propHash: * Obtained by GET_HASH_NAME_FOR_PROP. Returned object: * { lockHash, uniqueNameHash, locate, propIndex, textureIndex, unk1, eAnchorPoint, unk2, unk3, textLabel } */ mp.game.data.getShopPedProp(propHash); /* Returns information about a ped's headblend data. entityOrHandle: * Entity (mp.players.local) or handle (mp.players.local.handle) of the ped you want to get headblend data of. Returned object: * { shapeFirstId, shapeSecondId, shapeThirdId, skinFirstId, skinSecondId, skinThirdId, shapeMix, skinMix, thirdMix, isParent } */ mp.game.data.getPedHeadBlendData(entityOrHandle); /* Returns information about a weapon's HUD stats. weaponHash: * Hash of the weapon you want to get HUD stats of. Returned object: * { hudDamage, hudSpeed, hudCapacity, hudAccuracy, hudRange } */ mp.game.data.getWeaponHudStats(weaponHash); /* Returns information about a weapon component's HUD stats. componentHash: * Hash of the weapon component you want to get HUD stats of. Returned object: * { hudDamage, hudSpeed, hudCapacity, hudAccuracy, hudRange } */ mp.game.data.getWeaponComponentHudStats(componentHash); /* Returns information about a DLC weapon. dlcWeaponIndex: * DLC weapon index between 0 - GET_NUM_DLC_WEAPONS(). Returned object: * { lockHash, weaponHash, weaponHash2, cost, ammoCost, ammoType, defaultClipSize, textLabel, weaponDesc, weaponTT, weaponUppercase } */ mp.game.data.getDlcWeaponData(dlcWeaponIndex); /* Returns information about a DLC weapon's component. dlcWeaponIndex: * DLC weapon index between 0 - GET_NUM_DLC_WEAPONS(). dlcWeaponComponentIndex: * DLC weapon component index between 0 - GET_NUM_DLC_WEAPON_COMPONENTS(dlcWeaponIndex). Returned object: * { attachBone, isDefault, lockHash, componentHash, unk, cost, textLabel, componentDesc } */ mp.game.data.getDlcWeaponComponentData(dlcWeaponIndex, dlcWeaponComponentIndex);  
    Example Script
    Writes bunch of information to the console. (which you can access by pressing F11)
    mp.keys.bind(0x75, false, () => { // First freemode male tattoo const tattooData = mp.game.data.getTattooCollectionData(3, 0); if (tattooData) { mp.console.logInfo(`Tattoo data: ${JSON.stringify(tattooData)}`); } // Players top const component = 11; const componentHash = mp.game.invoke("0x0368B3A838070348", mp.players.local.handle, component, mp.players.local.getDrawableVariation(component), mp.players.local.getTextureVariation(component)); const topData = mp.game.data.getShopPedComponent(componentHash); if (topData) { mp.console.logInfo(`Top data: ${JSON.stringify(topData)}`); } // Players hat const prop = 0; const propHash = mp.game.invoke("0x5D6160275CAEC8DD", mp.players.local.handle, prop, mp.players.local.getPropIndex(prop), mp.players.local.getPropTextureIndex(prop)); const hatData = mp.game.data.getShopPedProp(propHash); if (hatData) { mp.console.logInfo(`Hat data: ${JSON.stringify(hatData)}`); } // Headblend mp.players.local.setHeadBlendData(21, 2, 0, 21, 2, 0, 0.75, 0.5, 0.0, false); const blendData = mp.game.data.getPedHeadBlendData(mp.players.local.handle); if (blendData) { mp.console.logInfo(`Headblend data: ${JSON.stringify(blendData)}`); } // Current weapon HUD stats const weaponData = mp.game.data.getWeaponHudStats(mp.players.local.weapon); if (weaponData) { mp.console.logInfo(`Current weapon HUD stats: ${JSON.stringify(weaponData)}`); } // COMPONENT_AT_MUZZLE_04 HUD stats const componentData = mp.game.data.getWeaponComponentHudStats(mp.game.joaat("COMPONENT_AT_MUZZLE_04")); if (componentData) { mp.console.logInfo(`Component HUD stats: ${JSON.stringify(componentData)}`); } // DLC weapon data const dlcWeaponIndex = 7; const dlcWeaponData = mp.game.data.getDlcWeaponData(dlcWeaponIndex); if (dlcWeaponData) { mp.console.logInfo(`DLC weapon data: ${JSON.stringify(dlcWeaponData)}`); // First component of weapon const dlcWeaponCompData = mp.game.data.getDlcWeaponComponentData(dlcWeaponIndex, 0); if (dlcWeaponCompData) { mp.console.logInfo(`DLC weapon first component data: ${JSON.stringify(dlcWeaponCompData)}`); } } });  
    Notes
    If mp.game.invoke fails (trying to get non-DLC item data/invalid params etc.), return value of the function will be null. Most non-DLC items (core GTAV weapons like Pistol, Assault Rifle etc, initial freemode tattoos, initial freemode clothes) are not supported by the natives. Strings returned by the functions (textLabel, componentDesc etc.) are GXT entries. You're supposed to use them with getLabelText.

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  17. Efficient Attachment Sync

    Most of the server developers (ones that don't patiently wait for *something large*, though this resource is powerful enough) use their own server-side object attachments implementation that represents some large JSON with all the object and attachment information. This resource lets you cache "static attachments" in the client-side code so thanks to efficient utilization of the shared data it just uses a small shared variable to do the attachment processing without any need to create server-side objects nor send its data.
     
    For example, if you want to attach a specific object to specific ped bone with spefic bone offset and object rotation, this will only use a ~4-8 byte shared variable keeping it accurate. User-made implementations I have seen before usually take ~100 bytes per an object.
     
    API: Client-side
    mp.attachmentMngr.register(attachmentId, model, bone, offset, rotation) mp.attachmentMngr.addLocal(attachmentId) (synced!) mp.attachmentMngr.removeLocal(attachmentId) (synced!)  
    API: Server-side
    player.addAttachment(attachmentId, remove) player.hasAttachment(attachmentId)  
    Example Resource
    There's an example resource in /client-packages/epic-attachments folder. It lets you toggle attachments (there are like 30 attachments) using a NativeUI-based menu. Thanks to root for his contributions made to the example resource.
     
     
     

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  18. NativeUI Improved

    Improvements over the previous nativeui:
    Added `UIMenuDynamicListItem`. Descriptions are no longer cut off at 99 characters, but now support 99 * 3. `UIMenuListItem` and `UIMenuSliderItem` can now store extra data. Improved description line wrapping. Description caption is now only updated when necessary. Description background is now only updated (recalculated) when necessary. Bettered the position of the left arrow for list items. Added new badges (Sale, Arrows and Voice Icons). Added `Menu.RemoveItem(item: UIMenuItem)`. When binding an item to a menu, automatically add that item if it isn't in the menu items list already. Added `MenuOpen` event when `menu.Visible` is changed. When hovering over the currently selected ListItem's title text, the cursor will be MiddleFinger, just like in the original menus. `GoLeft` and `GoRight` now correctly handles disabled items. Added experimental automated menu pool system (It's a bit effy right now). MENUS ARE NO LONGER SHOWN BY DEFAULT. Added `closeChildren: boolean = false` parameter to `menu.Close()`. An optional parameter specifiing whether or not you want to close all children with the menu. NOTE BRIEFLY:
    The description and optimization updates for me saved over 20-30 FPS while a menu is open. You might want to be careful with menu pools right now. I haven't went deep into it but for simple menu pools it works GREAT. `MenuClose` event is NOT emitted when Visible is set to false. This is to allow users to reopen menus at it's same state, for e.g searching through a store. The GitHub will not match the file here. So please download the file from GitHub (dist/index.ts) or compile it yourself.  
    https://github.com/karscopsandrobbers/RAGEMP-NativeUI

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  19. Zone API

    This resource adds 3 functions to the serverside mp.world object that provides zone name and type information.
     
    Serverside API
    /** * Returns the name of the area/zone at specified coords, ignores heights. * @param {object} coords An object with "x" and "y" properties. * @return {string} Zone name. */ mp.world.getNameOfZone2D(coords); /** * Returns the name of the area/zone at specified coords. * @param {object} coords An object with "x", "y" and "z" properties, such as mp.Vector3. * @return {string} Zone name. */ mp.world.getNameOfZone3D(coords); /** * Returns the type of the area/zone at specified coords. * @param {object} coords An object with "x" and "y" properties. * @return {string} Zone type, either "city" or "countryside". */ mp.world.getTypeOfZone(coords);  
    Example
    const coords = new mp.Vector3(1823.961, 4708.14, 42.4991); // Grapeseed Bunker console.log(`Name 2D: ${mp.world.getNameOfZone2D(coords)}`); // Expected output: Grapeseed console.log(`Name 3D: ${mp.world.getNameOfZone3D(coords)}`); // Expected output: Grapeseed console.log(`Zone Type: ${mp.world.getTypeOfZone(coords)}`); // Expected output: countryside  
    Notes
    Available on GitHub: https://github.com/root-cause/ragemp-zone-api N.O.O.S.E area returns Tataviam Mountains instead. There might be other areas with inaccuracies, feel free to share a fix in comments/send a pull request.

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  20. Tire Smoke Color Sync

    This resource provides 3 serverside functions to work with tire smoke color feature of GTA V.
     
    Installing
    Put the files you downloaded in their respective places Add require('tiresmoke') to client_packages/index.js All done  
    Serverside API
    /** * Sets the tire smoke color of a vehicle. * @param {Number} red * @param {Number} green * @param {Number} blue */ vehicle.setTyreSmokeColor(red, green, blue); /** * Gets the tire smoke color of a vehicle. * @return {Object} Tire smoke color, will be null if the vehicle doesn't have one set. */ vehicle.getTyreSmokeColor(); /** * Resets the tire smoke color of a vehicle. */ vehicle.resetTyreSmokeColor();  
    Example Code
    // Example: /setsmokecol 255 0 0 mp.events.addCommand("setsmokecol", (player, _, r, g, b) => { if (!player.vehicle) { player.outputChatBox("not in vehicle"); return; } player.vehicle.setTyreSmokeColor(Number(r), Number(g), Number(b)); player.outputChatBox("smoke color set"); }); // Output: "smoke color: {"r":255,"g":0,"b":0}" or "smoke color: null" if you haven't used setsmokecol before mp.events.addCommand("getsmokecol", (player) => { if (!player.vehicle) { player.outputChatBox("not in vehicle"); return; } player.outputChatBox(`smoke color: ${JSON.stringify(player.vehicle.getTyreSmokeColor())}`); }); mp.events.addCommand("remsmokecol", (player) => { if (!player.vehicle) { player.outputChatBox("not in vehicle"); return; } player.vehicle.resetTyreSmokeColor(); player.outputChatBox("smoke color reset"); });  
    Notes
    Since this script toggles the tire smoke mod (toggleMod 20), it may not work with your car customization script. Setting the tire smoke color of a vehicle, then changing its model will cause visual desync. Apply tire smoke color again/reset it after changing a vehicle's model to not have this issue. Even though NativeDB says setting the RGB to 0, 0, 0 applies independence day tire smoke, all it did for me was make the tire smoke invisible. Future versions of RAGEMP might add tire smoke color sync, if it happens you should stop using this resource.  
    Source code is available on GitHub in case you don't want to download: https://github.com/root-cause/ragemp-tire-smoke

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  21. [TypeScript] Client-Framerate library

    This TypeScript library allows you to request the current clientside FPS.
    Licensed under the MIT License (see README.md for more info).
    Sincerely,
    ~Vincent
     
    Used icon: https://www.shareicon.net/screen-monitor-93177

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  22. Custom Sound CEF

    Simple CEF to play custom mp3's in the background. The CEF autodestroys after the sound has finished to not use our beloved PC resources.
     
    Copy client_packages and packages content in their respective directory, then import them.
    You can put your mp3's inside client_packages/Sound/sounds/ and trigger them with their filename. Only mp3 is supported right now, although ogg works as well, it's easily exchangeable and/or extensible to allow for both.
    As of right now, you can play a sound with the "/playsound NAME" command. You can use this as you want, this is only a barebones example to show how it works.
    I have not experimented when it comes to max sound length / filesize. I'd like to know though

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  23. Colshape Handler

    Simple CommonJS singleton module to handle colshape entering and exiting.
    Copy the Colshapes folder inside packages inside your packages folder. See the Examples folder for an example.
    Simply create your colshape like this:
    const colshape = mp.colshapes.newSphere(34, 15, 69, 15, 0) colshape.name = 'example' and then pull in the colshapeHandler singleton to add it to the array the following:
    const colshapeHandler = require('../Colshapes/index').getInstance() colshapeHandler.addColshape('example') If a player enters the specified colshape, the colshape name will be pushed towards a colshapes array as a player property, like this. Definition of this is inside the "playerJoin" event in the Colshapes\index.js. The specified colshape name will then be removed from the array again if the player exits the colshape.
     
    player.colshapes = [];  

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  24. rage-progressbar

    rage-progressbar

    Very simple Progress Bar to delay event execution.
     
    How to use:

    Put the "progress" folder inside "client_packages" into your "client_packages" folder (or wherever you have your client files).
    Import the "progress/index.js" in your main "index.js" like it is done in my main "index.js"
    You can then create a Progress Bar on the server-side with the following code:
    player.call('progress:start', [SECONDS, TASK, DIRECTION, EVENT, PARAMS]);
    SECONDS
    How many seconds is the Progress Bar running

    TASK
    String which is displayed inside the progress bar

    DIRECTION
    Is the event which is called after the bar has finished a server-side or client-side event

    EVENT
    The event to be called afterwards

    PARMS
    Additional params to send to the following event
     

    That's pretty much it. Customize it as you want, this is as basic as possible.
    "packages/Progress/index.js" contains an example with an example /progress command and a follow-up event.

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  25. RAGE MP + React

    To install all packages, use: yarn install or npm install.
    For running this example, use: yarn run start or npm start.
    For building project, use: yarn run build or npm run build.
     
    In client_packages is an example of how you can use compiled RAGE MP functions and React.
    Credits to Mispon(rage-mp-react-ui) for branch example.
     
    The principal difference between our examples is hot reload and more understandable example of code in my version.
    Repo: https://github.com/Corso-Project/RAGE-MP-React-Example

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