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Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler

Posted by mmiscool 
Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler
December 18, 2016 02:21PM
[github.com]

It is 100% javascript parametric sketcher based 3d modeler running in web browser.



Found this the other day. The demo link in the git hub is out of date so best bet is to build your own but this is pretty slick.
Re: Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler
December 18, 2016 10:02PM
Re: Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler
December 27, 2016 02:24PM
How do I install JSKETCHER and run it under windows 10 Chrome browser

How do I utilize node.js

commands
$ cd
$ npm install
$ npm start

just give me "syntax error"

Need Dummies guide to run JSKETCHER

Tnx
Re: Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler
December 27, 2016 06:01PM
Those are UNIX/Linux commands, cozmicray. They won't work on Windows.

I'm not even sure that thing will run on Windows. I'm guessing you'd need to install Node.js first. [nodejs.org]

After that, sorry can't be of help.
Re: Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler
December 28, 2016 08:39AM
Linux, Python others run under windows

It is a Javascript based app.
If a browser on a Windows machine can't run javascript it is useless.

If one goes to
[web-cad.org]
it runs in Chrome browser

but storage is NOT local

If one watches the youtube video it is running on windows.

confused smiley
Re: Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler
December 30, 2016 11:44AM
I am currently running windows and have been using laragon as my web server.

If you download laragon and use the termi al program supplied with it all should work for getting your local system working.
Re: Browser based 3d parametric sketch based modeler
December 30, 2016 11:49AM
Also the model is stored localy in the browsers local storage. No data is interchanged with the cloud.

There is a way to do a build on this project that makes it so it will work with out node.js after the initial build. At that point any web server could be used to host it.

Currently the web-cad.org web site lags behind the development version in the master branch on git hub.
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