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Web-based Solvespace (by Rune)
Hi, back in 2016 I branched and used Solvespace for starting with 3D printing. Tried Sketchup, Freecad, Autocad and friends. In 2020 I think 'installing programs' are stoneage technology and was surprised to see this forum still alive.
What about porting solvespace to PHP - Javascript ?
Something like Onshape (design whatever wherever there is internet and a browser)?
Maybe it could marry jsketcher which seems dead:https://github.com/xibyte/jsketcher/issues/95

Who would be interested in development?
Jonathan Westhues?
Whitequark?
Wed Mar 4 2020, 10:08:34
(no subject) (by Andrew)
Why go for software that is totally dependent om corporate servers, because when those servers go away so does your software?
Wed Mar 4 2020, 10:44:35
(no subject) (by Matthew H)
You can run SolveSpace in a browser and host it yourself, though nothing like onshape's vault: http://solvespace.com/forum.pl...;parent=2369&tt=1537436387
Wed Mar 4 2020, 13:37:03
(no subject) (by Geert Hospers)
Interesting..., from Help / About



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Wed Mar 4 2020, 17:18:57
(no subject) (by Jonathan Westhues)
To be clear, the browser port is all whitequark's work--he just copied over the about dialog unchanged. The port runs quite well, a much smaller speed penalty than I would have imagined.
Fri Mar 6 2020, 02:18:47
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