how do I upload the local Web3D HTML file to the server and access it?

20 December 2015 17:41 #5981
I am a novice blend and blend4web,I set up a remote server,Web Service use nginx/1.2.7, how do I upload the local Web3D HTML file to the server and access it?
How can I copy and upload directories and files to the directory structure to the server to run in the browser?
20 December 2015 18:15 #5982
Hello again, Brian

I've already replied to your email, here is the copy of the answer.

If you are using Project Management tool to create your app ( you have two options. You may use command line tool to copy project files to your server root directory with all required dependencies ( Or you can copy directories deploy/assets/project_name and deploy/apps/project_name manually preserving exact hierarchy (deploy should be omitted and will be your server root, so you can access your app by http://host/apps/project_name/project_name.html).
Blend4Web Team
20 December 2015 18:17 #5983
Here are some videos that may help. Uploading Blend4Web files is no different than uploading normal website files.
Blend4Web Videos
20 December 2015 18:21 #5984
I'm sorry, I can't see the YouTube directly, but thanks to your help, I will work hard to learn this great tool.
20 December 2015 20:03 #5987
>I'm sorry, I can't see the YouTube directly
Yep, it seems Blend4Web website is more accessible all around the globe than YouTube . I think we should consider replicating the videos from our YouTube channel here.
Blend4Web Team
21 December 2015 02:16 #5995
Yes, blend4web is a real international family.
I copy the file directory tree deploy\apps and deploy\assets on the remote server, and all HTML can run Web3D directly in the browser.

etc. test/001test/deploy/apps/sunglasses/sunglasses_packed.html is very good.

JSON file on how to use the server directly browser Web3D?.

Json takes deploy\apps\webplayer to browse, is it?

Webplayer.html and webplayer_dev.html have what is not the same place, I use webplayer.html to show the effect of no material.

In addition, how to convert the JSON file to the HTML format?
21 December 2015 17:31 #6018
It's strange, because it seems that you're doing everything correctly. Open please your web scene, press f12, take a screenshot of your browser console and send it to us - the answer might be here
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