X3D-Edit - plugin detail

X3D-Edit is an open-source Extensible 3D (X3D) Graphics authoring tool for simple error-free authoring, editing, import/export, validation and viewing of X3D scenes.

NetBeans Plugin - X3D-Edit
Plugin owner: brutzman
Website: https://savage.nps.edu/X3D-Edit/X3D-Edit.html
Added: 2008-02-20
License: FreeBSD non-viral open source
Category: Editing
Downloaded: 3,346 times
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X3D-Edit is an open-source Extensible 3D (X3D) Graphics authoring tool for simple error-free authoring, editing, import/export, validation and viewing of X3D scenes.

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Introduction

The X3D-Edit 3.3 Authoring Tool for Extensible 3D (X3D) Graphics supports the creation, checking, display and publication of X3D scenes. It is written in open-source Java and XML using the Netbeans platform, making it suitable both as a standalone application and as a plugin module for the Netbeans integrated development environment (IDE).

X3D-Edit features include direct editing of X3D scenes using the XML (.x3d) encoding, embedded visualization of scenes using an enhanced version of the original Xj3D viewer, XML validation using X3D DTD grammars, X3D Schema grammars and X3D Schematron rules, drag-and-drop palette for X3D nodes, popup panels for node editing, and extensive help resources. Menu selections provide import/export support for the VRML97 (.wrl), ClassicVRML (.x3dv) and X3D compressed binary (.x3db) encodings. Further features include encryption and digital-signature authentication using XML Security standards, and additional X3D scene authoring support.

Additional open-source Netbeans plugins are included for KML placemark editing, Collada (.dae) conversion, and the Xj3D viewer. Current X3D development efforts include multiple new technologies: X3D version 4 for HTML5 support, X3D Efficient Binary Encoding (EBE) using Efficient XML Interchange (EXI) compression, and the X3D JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) encoding.

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