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How to check attributes or method associated with application parameter ?

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How to check attributes or method associated with application parameter ?

In vuforia studio,Is there anyway to check attributes or method associated with application parameter.

example :- In "$scope.app.params" , after params what all possible attributes are available.  

 

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Re: How to check attributes or method associated with application parameter ?

Hello Parimal,

 

Why using a Parameter in a such case?

It is possible to do a binding directly to Properties of 3D Model or to create a Javascript function to change value of any Property of a 3D Model.

 

It will be more useful for a developer when using binding and Application Parameter.

 

Best regards,

Samuel

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Re: How to check attributes or method associated with application parameter ?

Hello,

 

To be honest, I am not sure to understand that is the need.

 

Normally, as developer, we know Application Parameter created in a Project in Vuforia Studio.

 

  • What is the needs or the problem ?
  • What I have misunderstood ?

 

Best regards,

Samuel

Re: How to check attributes or method associated with application parameter ?

Hi Samuel, 

 

Thanks for the reply, 

 

In Vuforia studio, I have approx 30-40 model (small mechanical parts). now for controlling properties like visibility, opacity and Coordinates always need to bind with application parameter manually by drag and drop.

For a developer which is very time consuming, so thought if somehow I can create multiple Application parameter and bind in js.

 

Re: How to check attributes or method associated with application parameter ?

Hello Parimal,

 

Why using a Parameter in a such case?

It is possible to do a binding directly to Properties of 3D Model or to create a Javascript function to change value of any Property of a 3D Model.

 

It will be more useful for a developer when using binding and Application Parameter.

 

Best regards,

Samuel