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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
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!