How to create own framework? base?

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#1

Hey can you help me telling me how to start creating a framework, if there is a base or if I can take some code somewhere?


#2

learn to code, lua, html, css, javascript

lua you need to be good in, html and css is not so important and javascript you just need the basics


#3

yes , from site 123 ?


#4

youtube i guess.

i would never recomend that you start on a framework


#5

im pro with esx and vrp , now I want to try and create my own


#6

then start coding, there is no way to do it any other way, you create a money system if you want that by using hmtl, lua, css and javascript.

there is no way around it


#7

thx for council very thx @Woopi


#8

In terms of learning to code.
These’ll pretty much be your go to resources when it comes to coding in Lua with FiveM. I’d also advise learning C# instead if you have extra time.

[How-To] Create a basic script – Important
[Release] FiveM Natives - Snippets/Completions for Sublime Text, VS Code, Atom, & Notepad++ – I suggest Sublime text or Visual Studio

https://docs.fivem.net/
http://www.dev-c.com/nativedb/
https://runtime.fivem.net/doc/reference.html#_n_CFX
https://paste.ubuntu.com/24355443/ – List of Weapons
https://alexguirre.github.io/animations-list/ – List of Animations

https://www.lua.org/

As for frameworks you can reference. [Release] EssentialMode base Is a good framework to reference when creating your own framework.

ESX is a jumbled mess. I would suggest not references all of it, parts of it are alright.


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#9

oh , very thx @Knight_Marshal


#10

You could either get into Lua or C# as a start. There are several usefull links scattered around on the forums

We have Docs you could take a look at also take a look at the FiveM Native Reference for usefull natives.

Be sure to take a look at our Releases section on the forums as well, since there are some great
examples on it.

Alternatively you can look in the Modding Tutorials section for some tutorials.

If you’ve got a very specific question on how to achieve some particular feature then you can also create a topic in #development:scripts.
However, do not create topics there if you want help editing existing resources, because those topics will be removed very quickly.

If you have any more questions be sure to post back!

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