Use the viewer for simple 3D rotation product in web (error)

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Hello to all :)

Im noob with Babylon and i have a problem when i try to test one object exported from Blender.

I will use the viewer for simply 3D rotation in online shop for see the product. The official test from viewer (boombox.glb) works fine in my computer without problem.

When I try to test my 3D objects exported from Blender in Babylon Editor or in SandBox i dont have a problem, I can see the object correctly, but when I try to execute in local or in website, no run, no work the viewer, freeze the screen in the square pre loader :(

Im reading and try a lot of configs but i dont solve it.

The code im using is the example of the test viewer, and I change the "boombox.glb" for my object exported from Blender in stl, glb or .babylon extension, but not work in any:

  <title>Babylon.js Viewer - Display a 3D model</title>
  <script src=""></script> 
    <babylon model="" templates.main.params.fill-screen="true"></babylon>

In the debug appear this error: babylon.viewer.js:19 BJS - [16:59:48]: No URL provided
t._ErrorEnabled @ babylon.viewer.js:19

Thank you for your help,


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im not expert  in standalone html js usage with babylonjs

but.... it says clearly that u didnt specify the correct url in the js file u want html to load...

so show us the viewer.js file instead on line 19 u find the error😇

i checked fast to just check i found this

<script src=""></script>


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no everything works for me in localhost.

Your problem is that u give us 2 files that doesnt even belong in the code

u need to change the model url to ur file.

and it should work

ur files doesnt work i tested it try a glb file the example works though

i tried babylon file with a skull it works perfecet ur file is either not accible or corrupt

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try have the file locally on the server and make model object point to the correct path...

the line code 19 is on babulon server and not accesible i guess.

I think ur case u need to have a valid file.


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I updated the path and now appears this error: "Error loading the model".

In the debugger appears now: Access to XMLHttpRequest at '' from origin '' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource.

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yea follow deltakosh i dont think u know very much if u have cors problem its not really related to babylonjs.....

i think u need easiest way is to upload file somewhere else.

i doubt u can easy fix problem on ur own

cor problem is fixed by sending headers in ur request or by allowing loxalhost42000 in server file

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