Bookshelf Mod for Minecraft 1.20.2, 1.20.1, 1.19.4 and 1.19.2, is a “collection” or also called add-on, of code, frameworks, utilities and other resources. Its aim is clear, to facilitate the development and creation of mods, so it is often used by the creators themselves.
Library” mods, such as Bookshelf in this case, allow seemingly unrelated mods to share some parts of the code, making them easier to implement. Basically, it reduces the amount of time and effort required by developers.
The code base is quite user-friendly, and in fact, can be modified relatively easily. It has been tested with a fairly wide range of circumstances and possibilities, which will keep errors to a minimum, and even partly improves the performance of modifications.
Obviously, this mod is primarily for authors, but there are some useful features available to players at any time during the game. However, they are all command-related, so no major features or elements are incorporated into the game.
Through debugging commands such as “/bookshelf hand”, players will be able to obtain the ID of items as well as other features related to data packets.