A dxf viewer for the browser using three.js
npm install three-dxf
For now we recommend cloning the repo, and starting with our sample. See Run Samples below.
// See index.js in the sample for more details var parser = new window.DxfParser(); var dxf = parser.parseSync(fileReader.result); cadCanvas = new ThreeDxf.Viewer(dxf, document.getElementById('cad-view'), 400, 400);
# first, compile three-dxf > npm install > npm run build
then install the sample's dependencies
> cd sample > npm install
go back to the root and run http-server to run the sample
> cd .. > npm install -g [email protected] > http-server .
http-server -c-1 .to prevent caching
After performing the steps above, you can see the example at http://127.0.0.1:8080/sample/index.html. You can use the dxf file included in the sample. NOTE: the latest version of http-server will go into a redirect loop if you exlcude "/index.html" from the url.
Supports: * Most LW entities (lines, polylines, circles, etc) * Layers * Simple Text * Splines * Ellipses * Text and MText (Basic multiline support available in v1.3.0 but not all formatting is supported)
Does not yet support: * Attributes * 3DSolids * All types of Leaders * other less common objects and entities.