- 2019-05-24 at 4:58 pm #15018
I posted this question in another thread too but was not sure if that’s the correct way to get an answer hence I’m posting a new thread.
I followed below tutorial of using google web designer that intact with verge3d but when I try to open the index file through the app manager I get 404: “Not Found” error.
I checked the tutorial again and again to see if I do anything wrong but could not find anything,
I have attached the folder in the application here as well.
Appreciate any help on this.
- This topic was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Kani.
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Sorry For rushing, I come and check tthis thread everyday to see any reply.2019-05-28 at 10:29 am #15052Alexander KovelenovDeveloper2019-05-28 at 10:39 am #15056
Thanks for the reply with the busy schedule these day.
Thanks and hope all went well with the Europe tour.
Kani2019-12-16 at 2:52 pm #21999Anonymous
Excuse me, Yuri, I follow that tutorial again and again but my problem is, that I am not able to publish the way you do it. It is because the publish button stays grey-out, when the folder name stays empty. Or if I trick, I can press the button, but in this case GWD is not exporting any files to my chosen application folder. I am not sure, if when I copy the files from origin GWD folder to my verge-app Folder, it wouldn’t produce some problems. You say in the tut, that it would need a fix. I am working on linux. Do you know what to do with that? I would really like to work with GWD instead of webflow2019-12-17 at 8:36 am #22012Yuri KovelenovDeveloper2019-12-17 at 9:06 am #22013Anonymous
Oh thank you so much, I didn’t know, that this article exists.:good:2020-01-06 at 7:12 am #22571
Yes, that tutorial is a bit old after recent GWD update. With regard to publishing, check out the updated version in the Manual: https://www.soft8soft.com/docs/manual/en/introduction/HTML-based-user-interfaces.html#Case2_Google_Web_Designer
i followed the youtube video.. had problems with the inability to avoid naming during the publishing…
then i saw that tutorial you posted here, on the comments there..
but i STILL am getting the problem where it’s not publishing to the verge app folder, but rather to the GWD project folder.
such a pain.
after just taking the file into a code editor.. i corrected the file locations, but only got the verge loader never loading..
only thing worked with that is if i made the local file for the iframe, be the local host version of the html file…2020-01-06 at 8:03 am #22574Anonymous
This article in our documentation is also old. I had exact the same problem as you. So what I did is: i made regular project folder as Google wants and then I copied the files into my verge project folder. This is only possible way at the moment… but I was disappointed with GWD.2020-01-06 at 8:06 am #22575Anonymous
the best is, when you create GWD project folder inside of Verge project folder, so GWD can find all files easy…my expierience2020-01-06 at 8:10 am #22576Anonymous
I am looking for other tool like GWD, preferably OpenSource, if you find something let me know2020-01-06 at 9:19 am #22592
I am looking for other tool like GWD, preferably OpenSource, if you find something let me know
i was also unhappy with the difficulty in GWD.
i used to use Dreamweaver/Fireworks back when it was Macromedia.. (waaay back) ..
but i use Visual Studio Code (for code) .. and sometimes SeaMonkey (Mozilla) in Composer Mode. (it’s a browser and creator). (both open source)
my main goal right now is creating my interface where i have my Verge3D iframe BELOW another iframe that has SVG buttons animated with CSS, where they can appear ON TOP of my Verge app and control it.2020-01-06 at 9:25 am #22593Anonymous
ah, Ok, I check it, thank you2020-01-06 at 11:35 am #22599
ah, Ok, I check it, thank you
actually after finishing some tutorials and getting the html buttons to work on the verge app..
i’m actually thinking i might get to like google web design.
the timeline feature seems pretty powerful.2020-01-06 at 12:39 pm #22600Anonymous
hehe, that is fine. It can surprise you, don’t move files or rename them.
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