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  1. Hi guys! I'm trying to learn Babylon.js. It's really cool! I created a simple configurator with a mesh imported from blender and works fine on localhost. However, when I put my files online, I can't see the meshes and the page remains blank. The Console returns this error: . BJS - [17:53:08]: Unable to import meshes from 3d/cube.babylon: Failed to load scene. t._ErrorEnabled @ babylon.js:4 f @ babylon.js:36 (anonymous) @ babylon.js:36 p @ babylon.js:4 XMLHttpRequest.send (async) s @ babylon.js:4 d @ babylon.js:4 t.LoadFile @ babylon.js:4 b @ babylon.js:36 i @ babylon.js:37 (anonymous) @ babylon.js:37 load (async) t._checkManifestFile @ babylon.js:37 t @ babylon.js:37 i._loadData @ babylon.js:36 i.ImportMesh @ babylon.js:36 createScene @ configurator.js:71 (anonymous) @ configurator.js:100 It seems that the .babylon file does not exist... but it exists! If I create a simple cube or another mesh (not imported from blender) it works fine... I attach the project folder. And this is the url http://test.zerounosoftware.com/configuratore/ Thank you in advance! configuratore.zip
  2. Hello my friends! I am working on a simple game for kids that consists on a screen with objects that will produce sounds when they click or tap it. OK, I already made all needed adjustments to make it work well either on desktop computer browser as well on Android mobiles. For testing it on Android I used the debug mode of Chrome keeping an Android mobile hooked to the computer through an USB cable, then I could run it directly from my localhost (PC with Windows 7) that is very convenient: just change the code, save it and refresh the page. To make it happen I had to activate the 'developer mode' on my Android mobiles. Now it's time to tweak it to make it work on iOS platform also. I have two iOS gadgets (an iPhone 4 and an iPad 2) but I do NOT have a Mac. Now, how could I hook the iOS mobiles to my PC in a similar way I did to Androids in order to make my tests? I am afraid that there is NOT a way of doing this and that I will have to test my code with the exhaustive task of upload files to a live host and then load it back to the iPhone/iPad through Internet — that is very boring and time consuming. Please any input will be very welcome!
  3. adrianka

    Import MIME type issue

    Hi there, nice to meet you So I have the exact same issue as related in this topic : I understand the problem and the solution. But, I'm currently running my babylon app locally without any HTTP server such as Apache, it's just firefox looking on my computer files. So I'm a little confused : does BabylonJS need a local HTTP server such as WAMP or XAMPP ? Why is that since it's just JavaScript ?
  4. I everyone, Does anyone imported meshes from blender (in .babylon format) with success while running in localhost? If so. Please tell me how, I'm not having succeding on this. Thanks in advance.