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CraftSearch is the worldwide first innovative Minecraft search engine that finds you servers in-game since 2016. Connect with one click to the server you want. Historically, CraftSearch started in july 2016 as a branch of the PlugNCraft project, named as Roaming Partners. It became an independant project a month later. In March 2018, alongside the creation of the MINASTE group, we fully integrated CraftSearch in our group, making it our first original project.
Extopy is a completely new kind of NON-PROFIT social network that cares about your privacy and safety. Originally, Extopy started in august 2017 as a branch of CraftSearch, named CraftSearch Social. One year later, the project became more ambitious than ever and became our second independant original project, named Extopy. Extopy was directly placed under the groups control once it got detached from CraftSearch, and CraftSearch joined the group at the same time.
The worldwide's first iOS app to control and get rid of the national roaming of any carrier accross more than 230+ countries and territories. The MINASTE group supports this project by providing the tools and licences needed for its expansion. The FMobile logo was made generously by Bruno Paiva.
PlugNCraft was a mini-games based Minecraft server created in October 2014. The original founders are PlugN and Heyes, but that list got extended to AzErT200 and punisher5. The MINASTE group aquired the project in March 2018, and it was the first project the MINASTE group decided to close in october 2018, after 4 years of activity. The PlugNCraft project is the deepest root of the groups identity, since it gave birth to CraftSearch, and then to Extopy and all our other projects. The MINASTE group exist only thanks to the PlugNCraft project, so we decided to publish it's core technology on GitHub, accessible for everyone. It allows to have a fully working API for automatic management of Minecraft servers.
The easiest way to securely store data in the keychain. It's implementation is really close to the UserDefaults.