V2 Update 2021 Mar 07



  • Please get the latest version of JSCAD V2, as there have been some changes as well as bug fixes.

    Features:
    modeling: rename relativeTo option to align and center
    modeling: revisit modifiers, adding insert of points for T-junctions during triangulation
    amf-serializer: enhanced to snap and triangulate 3D geometries before serialization
    dxf-serializer: enhanced to snap and triangulate 3D geometries before serialization
    stl-serializer: enhanced to snap and triangulate 3D geometries before serialization
    x3d-serializer: enhanced to snap and triangulate 3D geometries before serialization

    Bug Fixes:
    web: corrected check of scope for key events
    modeling: added validation of points and faces in polyhedron

    Successfully published:

    • @jscad/cli@2.0.0-alpha.14
    • @jscad/core@2.0.0-alpha.14
    • @jscad/examples@2.0.0-alpha.7
    • @jscad/amf-deserializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/amf-serializer@2.0.0-alpha.12
    • @jscad/dxf-deserializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/dxf-serializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/io-utils@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/io@2.0.0-alpha.13
    • @jscad/json-deserializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/json-serializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/obj-deserializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/stl-deserializer@2.0.0-alpha.12
    • @jscad/stl-serializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/svg-deserializer@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/svg-serializer@2.0.0-alpha.12
    • @jscad/x3d-serializer@2.0.0-alpha.12
    • @jscad/modeling@2.0.0-alpha.11
    • @jscad/array-utils@2.0.0-alpha.5
    • @jscad/regl-renderer@2.0.0-alpha.13
    • @jscad/vtree@2.0.0-alpha.12
    • @jscad/web@2.0.0-alpha.16

    BIG NOTE: The V2 website is also using this release.

    There's on-line documentation as well for those needing additional information about the modeling API.

    For those using a local copy of JSCAD V2, be sure to run the following commands.

    NOTE: Development dependencies have been bumped due to changes in Node.js 14.

    git pull
    npm run clean (and answer Y)
    rm -rf node_modules
    npm run bootstrap
    

    Both CLI and WEB UI are usable for creating designs. In the WEB UI, it's best to drag-n-drop project folders to the window, and work with the pieces via a favorite editor. If "Enable auto reload" is checked then changes will be detected, and rendered again.

    For those wanting to get hold of JSCAD V2, it's still in 'early adoption' mode. But you can get started here.

    And a BIG THANKS for everyone that has provided feedback. Keep those comments coming!


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