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How to upload verge3d on my own server!?

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  • #59516
    parsam
    Participant

    How could i upload verge3d app in my own server??

    #59517
    kdv
    Participant

    just copy the app folder to your server folder/subfolder

    https://your.server.com/your_app/your_app.html

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    #60452
    dr_somu
    Participant

    Hi, i too have the same question. i am not able to have https in my url. is it mandatory to istall and run verge3d in the server ? or it will work without verge3D ?

    #60464

    Hi, i too have the same question. i am not able to have https in my url. is it mandatory to istall and run verge3d in the server ? or it will work without verge3D ?

    No, Verge3D is not required to be installed on the server. Moreover, we don’t recommend using the development environment on public servers as it is not intended for such purpose.

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    #68903
    PLAN8
    Customer

    Please see my quite old thread and request for improvement on this function here …

    https://www.soft8soft.com/topic/add-export-app-to-computer-button/

    Basically, it is a request to make this workflow considerably easier, clearer and more efficient as currently, exporting the Verge3D application folder exports EVERYTHING including the Blender and V3d backend files. It is required to manually and painstakingly prune out the unnecessary files and folders for the web version, but this is no easy task and requires intimate coder level knowledge of what files are not required for the HTML version to work.

    Put simply, it is not user friendly and breaks the idea that V3d is as simple as possible for artists that don’t understand the coding side.

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by PLAN8.
    #68909
    kdv
    Participant

    exports EVERYTHING including the Blender and V3d backend files.

    Disable uploading for app sources:

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    #68912
    PLAN8
    Customer

    Hi,

    I believe that only works for uploading to the V3D server? I don’t think that applies for local export? Might be wrong!

    #68913
    PLAN8
    Customer

    I just tested that, the export to local zip file doesn’t respect that option – all files are included in the zip file

    #68916
    kdv
    Participant

    zip ia not for publishing, it’s for sharing or backuping.

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    If you don’t see the meaning in something it primarily means that you just don’t see it but not the absence of meaning at all.

    #68917
    PLAN8
    Customer

    Yep, but if there is an option to export the web files only (to the Verge server), why isnt there an option to export the web files only locally?

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