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  • #15018
    AvatarKani
    Newbie

    Hi,

    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.

    Thanks,
    Kani

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    #15028
    AvatarKani
    Newbie

    Sorry For rushing, I come and check tthis thread everyday to see any reply.

    #15052

    Hi, I’ve checked your file and it seems like you misspelled the name of the HTML file: it should be “2nd Test.html” instead of “2nd_Test.html”.

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    #15056
    AvatarKani
    Newbie

    HI,

    Thanks for the reply with the busy schedule these day.

    Thanks and hope all went well with the Europe tour.

    Kani

    #21999
    AvatarAnonymous

    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 webflow :-(

    #22012
    Yuri KovelenovYuri Kovelenov
    Developer

    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

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    #22013
    AvatarAnonymous

    Oh thank you so much, I didn’t know, that this article exists.:good:

    #22571
    GlifTekGlifTek
    Licensee

    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…

    #22574
    AvatarAnonymous

    Dear Gliftek,
    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.

    #22575
    AvatarAnonymous

    the best is, when you create GWD project folder inside of Verge project folder, so GWD can find all files easy…my expierience

    #22576
    AvatarAnonymous

    I am looking for other tool like GWD, preferably OpenSource, if you find something let me know :)

    #22592
    GlifTekGlifTek
    Licensee

    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)

    but i am exploring Vue right now. (open source)
    Vue
    and React

    Quasar uses both Vue and React and Electron together to deploy your project to mobile, desktop, and web all from one 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.

    #22593
    AvatarAnonymous

    ah, Ok, I check it, thank you

    #22599
    GlifTekGlifTek
    Licensee

    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.

    #22600
    AvatarAnonymous

    hehe, that is fine. It can surprise you, don’t move files or rename them.

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