If you were given a script or a code snippet that requires skript-mirror, the answer is: absolutely!
If you're looking to add skript-mirror to your scripting toolbox, it is highly recommended that you familiarize yourself with the basics of Java or another object-oriented programming language.
Are you considering writing an addon for Skript? Consider implementing your features in skript-mirror instead! skript-mirror offers several advantages over a traditional Skript addon:
Writing addons properly is difficult, especially if you're new to Java. skript-mirror will handle most of the boilerplate for you, allowing you to focus on maintaining high-quality Skript extensions.
Extensions written in skript-mirror can be tested quickly, just like any other script. Unlike a Skript addon, which requires compilation and a complete server restart, skript-mirror scripts can be refreshed with a simple sk reload.
Some features may require you to use reflection to access private methods, fields, and constructors. skript-mirror's built-in reflection allows you to access these private members seamlessly.
One of Skript's essential features is its customizability. Extensions written in skript-mirror promote this, allowing users to quickly make changes to your code, if necessary.