We’re finally ready to officially share some details on the Teamspeak Query Plugin Framework we’ve been actively developing for the last 6 months. In this post, you can find a ton of new details.
What is Teamspeak Query Plugin Framework?
The Teamspeak Query Plugin Framework, also called TSQPF for reasons of simplicity, is a new piece of software that allows Teamspeak server administrators to add a lot of new features to their server.
It has been built using Java, meaning it can run on nearly any machine. All you need to get started is a copy of the latest TSQPF release and Java 8 or higher.
How does it work?
The Framework basically is just the core that can’t really do anything by itself. In order to get new features, it relies on plugins. You can get plugins either from our GitHub page or you can search online for community-made ones. Some plugins, like all of our own, are certified, meaning that their code has been tested and validated by us, so you don’t have to worry that it could be óf malicious nature.
Just like all of our current products, it is free to use for everyone! That includes the Framework, support via email or our official Teamspeak server and plugin verification and certification.
Additionally, you can have a look into its inner workings if you want to know more about how it works. You can even suggest improvements by opening an issue on our GitHub page. Or, let’s say you have already written some code, you can always open a pull request. We’ll review it as soon as we can and if everything checks out, we’ll accept it and add you to the contributor’s list.