Note: This is a tutorial about working with IDBWrapper, a wrapper for the IndexedDB client side storage. Creating indexes and running queries only works with the new version of IDBWrapper, so if already have IDBWrapper, make sure you fetch a new version from GitHub. All examples in this tutorial follow along the “Basic Index Example”, Read more
UPDATE: This post was written for three.js revision 49. An updated post for newer revisions of three.js is here: Mouse-Picking Collada Models with three.js, Part II. Finding a Collada model that has been “clicked on” in a scene seems to be a common issue, and I’m getting quite some emails asking me about details. So Read more
Unfortunately, three.js’ Ray class currently doesn’t detect intersections with imported Collada objects. Unfortunately, because I heavily rely on imported models and I’m too lazy to do the detection manually. But, the good new is, the collada objects carry all information needed for the ray caster to work properly; you just need to do some manual Read more
A while ago I released IDBWrapper. If you don’t know it, it’s a wrapper for IndexedDB, a current specification (in draft status) for an in-browser object store. It’s implemented in Firefox and Chrome, and somehow (as a plugin of sorts) also in IE, but, honestly, I don’t care about that too much. Update: IE10 has Read more
As of version 1.6, dojo comes with the new Dojo Object Store API. This is an awesome thing, as it greatly simplifies the work with data stores in Dojo. Everybody who had to do with the traditional dojo.data API felt it was overly complex and hard to use – this has finally changed now. There Read more
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