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  1. Dear users, today I thought of something I don't know if someone has already thought it before me. I want to create/develop a MTASA web client, and then playable in a web browser. Obviously the webmaster has to pass some parameters to the client (such as which server to connect, client name, etc...) Is there anyone who want to help me? Thanks
  2. TAG System with WEB integration

    Hi, i`m developing a TAG system with web integration and i need a little help. Have some function in MTA where i can load all mods inside a folder without specifying all names inside mtaserver.conf ?
  3. Export score on php website with SDK

    Hello everyone this is my first post please take it easy on me. here goes nothing. I followed xxmadexx's tutorial https://forum.mtasa.com/topic/74834-introduction-to-the-php-sdk/ It works and my site show the users. but I was wondering how do I go about exporting more information such as score and other information stored on the server. This is my server.lua file function getAllPlayersForWebsite ( ) local players = {} for k, player in ipairs( getElementsByType ("player") ) do local name = getPlayerName( player ) table.insert( players, name ) end return players end my meta xml <meta> <info author="xXMADEXx" type="script" version="1.0" name="MTA PHP" /> <!-- Include our awesome script --> <script src="server.lua" /> <!-- Export our function -- Make sure to allow HTTP to access it --> <export function="doPrint" type="server" http="true" /> <export function="getAllPlayersForWebsite" type="server" http="true" /> </meta> and the php file <?php include "sdk/mta_sdk.php"; # Include the MTA PHP SDK - Give us the classes and methods that we'll need $MY_SERVER = [ "host" => "54.153.65.51", #The host/IP of your MTA server "http_port" => 22005, #The HTTP port for your MTA server (Default 22005) "http_user" => "user", #The username that we created in the previous step "http_pass" => "password" #The password for the username that we created ]; #Create a new mta object $SERVER = new mta ( $MY_SERVER['host'], $MY_SERVER['http_port'], $MY_SERVER['http_user'], $MY_SERVER['http_pass'] ); try { $RESOURCE = $SERVER->getResource ( "mta_php" ); # We need to get our resource Object $RESULT[] = $RESOURCE->call ( "getAllPlayersForWebsite" ); foreach ( $RESULT [ 0 ] [ 0 ] as $index=>$playerName ) { print_r ( $playerName ); echo "<br /><br />"; } #Catch any errors that occurred } catch ( Exception $e ){ #Output error message echo "<strong>Oops, Something went wrong!</strong><br />Error: {$e->getMessage()}<br /><br />e printout:<br />"; #Print the error table print_r ( $e ); } ?> Where should I start?