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webGL test hosting / showcasing

Discussion in 'Unity 5 Pre-order Beta' started by arumiat, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. arumiat

    arumiat

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    Hi all,

    I'd like to test some streaming and other parts that I've implemented in my Unity webGL content, and also show to a client. Does anyone know of a way to use Google drive or Dropbox for this, as was previously possible with the Unity webplayer?

    Thanks in advance,
    A
     
  2. kryptopath2

    kryptopath2

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    i just drop the folder genreated by unity in the publicfolder from dropbox and use the public link of the indexfile from dropbox. works for me..
     
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  3. arumiat

    arumiat

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    Just like that eh?

    Works as you say, thanks ;)
     
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