i've had thoughts about a special 'vase' website for many years. it seems very natural to use JSCAD to create all kinds of vases. i think that others have created vases of certain kinds as well.
here's a few of my thoughts...
allow the user to create and adjust the outline of the vase
allow the user to twist a shape as well
allow the user to specify the internal shape as well
allow the user to add pre-configured sections to the vase as well, e.g. wine glass stem
@gilboonet It works. I needed to specify ... while pushing content into the return variable. I still need to stop the animation so my video capture will perfectly loop. And there's something that I didn't manage to do, it's creating a new project, for the moment I'm changing demo-web.js, otherwise there is an error (cannot find myAnim.js when I try to run npù run myAnim.js)
I do think a catalogue in the website would definitely increase popularity of JSCAD.
This will attract people who never got interested in JSCAD --- those who don't know how to code and can't use any CAD software.
Sadly, most of them might be only end users and cannot directly help the development of the JSCAD project.
As far as I know, the people in this community are all fully capable of both programming and 3D modelling.
Maybe there can be a mechanism which can discover what those "end users" need most, and help the develop team to build accurate designs for those users.
@z3dev thank you. For now I would only like create a viewer element within an angular application. Is there a release of v2 on the public npm registry? I've had a look but can't seem to find it. If not, please could you point me to instructions on how to build it? I'd like to host it on my private registry for the rest of the work I intend to do.