This sample demonstrates how to navigate on a model with 3D and 2D in sync.
For using this sample, you need an Autodesk developer credentials. Visit the Forge Developer Portal, sign up for an account, then create an app. For this new app, use http://localhost:3000/api/forge/callback/oauth as Callback URL, although is not used on 2-legged flow. Finally take note of the Client ID and Client Secret.
This sample is hard-coded with the viewboxes for the specific Revit models:rac_basic_sample_project.rvt and rac_advanced_sample_project.rvt. you can find them in [Samples] folder of Revit installation path OR Revit on-line help.
Please use other ways to upload the model file to translate the source model to the format for Forge Viewer in advance. Get the model base64 urn. Make sure the logic object name is consistent to what are defined in viewboxes json, e.g. revithouse and racadvanced
provide your client id, client secret, bucket name in config.js
Clone this project or download it. It's recommended to install GitHub desktop. To clone it via command line, use the following (Terminal on MacOSX/Linux, Git Shell on Windows):
git clone https://github.com/developer-autodesk/viewer-navigation.sample
To run it, install the required packages, set the enviroment variables with your client ID & secret and finally start it. Via command line, navigate to the folder where this repository was cloned and use the following:
Mac OSX/Linux (Terminal)
npm install export FORGE_CLIENT_ID=<<YOUR CLIENT ID FROM DEVELOPER PORTAL>> export FORGE_CLIENT_SECRET=<<YOUR CLIENT SECRET>> export FORGE_BUCKET=<<YOUR OWN UNIQUE BUCKET NAME - OPTIONAL>> npm run dev
Windows (use Node.js command line from Start menu)
npm install set FORGE_CLIENT_ID=<<YOUR CLIENT ID FROM DEVELOPER PORTAL>> set FORGE_CLIENT_SECRET=<<YOUR CLIENT SECRET>> set FORGE_BUCKET=<<YOUR OWN UNIQUE BUCKET NAME - OPTIONAL>> npm run dev
Open the browser: http://localhost:3000.
To prepare the models, run the Initial Setup endpoint. This still under development, so there is not feedback... just access the endpoint to start the setup process, wait a few minutes to translate the models.
Important: do not use npm start locally, this is intended for PRODUCTION only with HTTPS (SSL) secure cookies.
To deploy this application to Heroku, the Callback URL must use your .herokuapp.com address. After clicking on the button below, at the Heroku Create New App page, set your Client ID & Secret and the correct callback URL.
Watch this video on how deploy this sample to Heroku.
For local development/testing, consider use nodemon package, which auto restart your node application after any modification on your code. To install it, use:
sudo npm install -g nodemon
Then, instead of npm run dev, use the following:
npm run nodemon
Which executes nodemon server.js --ignore www/, where the --ignore parameter indicates that the app should not restart if files under www folder are modified.
After installing Github desktop for Windows, on the Git Shell, if you see a error setting certificate verify locations error, use the following:
git config --global http.sslverify "false"
Originally by Shen Hong (Autodesk China)
Updated by Augusto Goncalves (Forge Partner Development) & Bryan Huang (Forge Partner Development)