What is Spigot?
It is home to the community behind the biggest Minecraft server software projects and provides a place for everyone involved with Minecraft servers to connect with each other whether they seeking help and support or sharing and showcasing their work. We provide a web forum, chat room and wiki for providing support as well as project hosting for content creators and hope that you too will become involved in this extensive and growing community of more than 300,000 members.
Spigot is a tool in the Static Web Hosting category of a tech stack.
Who uses Spigot?
5 companies reportedly use Spigot in their tech stacks, including Plugins, Ikumi, and Vindalia.
11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Spigot.
- Optimized growth
- Decay and chunk ticking
- Auto stack merging for items and experience orbs
- Chunk garbage collector to prevent chunk leaks
- Configurable values for many vanilla/Bukkit messages (e.g. whitelist, no permission)
- Disabling of random light updates
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