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cables DocumentationHow To UseWorking with filesKeyboard ShortcutsUser Interface WalkthroughBeginner TutorialBeginner 1: Drawing A CircleBeginner 2: TransformationsBeginner 3: ColorMore TransformationsintermediateImage CompositionsPost-Processing 3D Scenescommunicationcables APICommunication with an Arduino via SerialCommunicating with Arduino over MQTTExporting And EmbeddingHow to serve files externally and fix CORS headersExporting PatchesExport using the cables command line interfaceExport via IframeExport creating a standalone executableExport to github (pages)Export and deploy to netlifyExport a ZIP fileExternal triggers / functionsUsing variablesPreviewing / uploading exported cables patchescoding opsCreating AttachmentsGeneral op/Port CallbacksPortsDynamic PortsArray PortsBoolean portsInteger Number PortsObject PortsString portsTrigger PortsFloating Point Number PortsGUI/UI attributesHello Op - Part 1LibrariesDeveloping OpsGuidelinesObject PortsWriting ShadersWeb Audio Op DevelopmentHTML and CSS in cablesLightingLightsShadowsWorking with audioBasic Audio SetupWorking with EffectsReal-Time Audio Analyzation & Audio VisualizationOffline Audio Visualization & AnalyzationFAQEmbeddingHow to integrate my cables patch into my CMS (webflow/wix/squarespace/...)?getting a warning when running the patch in electronHow to remove grey rectangles on touch (mobile)?Why doesn't the DownloadTexture op work on iOS?How to disable page scrolling on mobile?Mobile tippsTransparent CanvasFeatures and SupportWill there be support for (animated) GIFs?Hot to report a bug in cablesGeneral questionsLicences and paymentWhat licence do i need to use cables?Will I have to pay for it in the future?How is my work licenced when using cables?Does cables support midi and OSC?ShadertoyTechnical questionsUI / EditorGuide to VR in cablesWebGL1 and WebGL2

Export a ZIP file

Select the "DOWNLOAD" option in the export dialog:

Button

If you just want to download your patch and put it on any webserver that you can upload files to, this
is your best option.

The resulting zip-file will include an example index.html to make integration easier, putting all of this
on a webserver should give you a running patch in no time.

Export Options

You can choose how the contents of your export should look, the defaults should be fine for almost everything.

Include assets

If your patch uses uploaded files (textures, audio, data, ...) choose one of the following options to have
these files included in the export.

  • Automatic: Tries to guess which files are used in the patch and includes only used assets.
  • All: Includes all the assets uploaded to the patch or referenced in there, this is the safe option.
  • None: Does not include any assets in the export, smaller download but some things might not work in the export

Package

  • Single Javascript File: packages and minifies everything into one single javascript file to include
  • Multiple Files: will keep the patch configuration, your code, and core code in seperate files

Compatibility

  • Modern browsers: does nothing to make sure your patch runs in every browser
  • Old browsers: uses babel to try make your patch run on older browsers, in general should not be needed anymore

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