[x3d-public] X3D-Edit 4.0 release: HTML5 id/class/style, links for Ultimaker Cura (3D printing)
brutzman at nps.edu
Tue Jun 22 13:43:05 PDT 2021
* How do I create a HTTP server? 2011-08-26
Looks super simple.
Any use of X3D-Edit with node.js would require download/housekeeping. Perhaps someday we might encourage such integration (especially if Netbeans adds it) but seems premature now. Will stay focused on editing X3D.
On 6/20/2021 8:42 PM, Don Brutzman wrote:
> The CORS work remains under testing and development.
> Node.js http server is possible but not a common install for end users, and so integrating a native Java and Jetty approaches are preferred for authors testing a model conversion. We've added Python as an option to X3D-Edit since that is fairly common and easy to test.
> Thanks but no thanks for server keys, we won't be distributing anything like that with X3D-Edit. Design goal remains safe and secure throughout.
> No need for https since this is for local user on local machine testing that their X3D model can run together with X_ITE or X3DOM.
all the best, Don
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