This is amazing! Thank you for this! <3
BloxyLibrary - Collection of high-quality and safe development resources
Your right; like I said, it’s gonna take a while to get other assets. For example, if someone has composed some really music, they can upload it to the regular toolbox and they can submit a form to ask us to put it on the Toolblox website.
Nah, it’s not necessary; it does not suppose to block the source code; it’s just a fun easter egg that I made that will appear to users who are curious enough to open inspect element.
I will once I make one.
This is absolute amazing, thank you for making this, also it looks very cool!
I think this is great, helps me find things without viruses faster!
Slight problem with the form though; you know that most people wouldn’t make a DevForum post for every asset they upload, right? So I can’t submit a small, (possibly) quality asset because it doesn’t have a DevForum post.
Edit: I also noticed you asked if it’s made by Roblox Staff. Suppose I wanted a Roblox Staff asset added, it doesn’t have a DevForum post about it.
Just leave it blank; I did that to reduce the number of assets gets in since it takes longer to review something that isn’t documented and without any people who used an asset.
Perfect website. This is why I appreciate people doing good things for the community itself. Thanks so much, now I can find properly made plugins unlike the roblox library which is full of viruses.
Would you consider making this a Roblox plugin (or forking the default toolbox) for convenience?
I can’t say for sure, maybe; because I can’t redirect you to the plugin website so you can install it. Also, this works on mobile too while the plugin wouldn’t.
- Can redirect you to the asset page
- Can be viewed and used on mobile
- I can do some things that plugins are limited to
- Can be viewed and used in the studio
I might add it; It certainly is not a bad idea, and I thought about it too.
Yup, I added it because it’s something unique and hilarious to see ; I am thinking about expending the easter eggs and add more stuff into them to make them more interesting, as small things can make the website cooler .
Hey, are you able to add GameGuard to the site?
Maybe; please submit assets through our Google form: https://forms.gle/FLFvbNuo1ewMGxQx6.
This is something I can vibe to. Amazing idea. Especially because I myself, have fallen for a malicious plugin before, and since I was young, I was honestly a bit dumb, so I didn’t think about just deleting the plugin. I recently tried it, around November, and now I’m fine! Thank you for making such a useful & safe website!
I’ll definitely be using this alot!
Very cool! As a new developer, I plan to be using a few free models to help me, and this is a very useful tool. The website is clean too, which is a nice touch.
In this UI update, I made couple changes and fixes to the UI design; now you can see more assets on the screen and I changed the URL for the “contact us” thingy. Soon site icon will come.
Thanks for the support .
Hey, this sounds like a great initiative! But is it possible to request models/plugins that aren’t mine? If the models are opensource?
It seems like it is possible, you can access the Google form and check.
May I ask, if the devforum post about it has lesser than requirements needed, can we still use it as an answer? And we are allowed to try applying for module scripts right?
Edit: Can we also have a link that connects to a devforum post on how to use it? Would tHat be allowed?
The actual website is okay but it could do with some adjustments.
From what I can see, you went for a material design? Use this, it’s a React framework but React is one of the best frameworks I have ever used (plus it is super easy to learn if you are familiar with JS, JSX (or TSX if you want) is really simple to learn!).
Apart from that, I really don’t think manual approval is a good idea. You could save a lot of time by grabbing the source of a model and sandbox it with H3x (H3x is a great tool which should be getting a refactor soon ).
Oh and if you use Roact, I’d highly recommend integrating this into your project.
Other than that, your plugin is a neat idea which only needs some things readjusted to make a good plugin.