Aspose.3D  Cloud SDK for Go

Go REST API to Create & Convert 3D Files

Read, Create, Modify and Convert 3D documents to 3DS, AMF, RVM, DAE, DRC, FBX, gLTF, OBJ, PDF, PLY, HTML & more in cloud based Go apps.

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Open, read, create, modify, and manipulate 3D document formats inside cloud based Go applications using Aspose.3D Cloud Go SDK. It uses easy to use cloud API helping developers by saving their time and resources while building complex application. Developers can easily integrate it into their Go applications to handle 3D models and objects.

Aspose.3D Cloud Go SDK is a wrapper around Cloud API that makes Go developers job simple, efficient, and secure. Over the years, it has been seen that developers love Go for cloud development because of its clean syntax, modern standard libraries, reliable concurrency primitives, and native compilation.

Aspose.3D Cloud Go SDK has provided a set of features for a wide variety of operations on 3D documents such as creating and manipulating 3D models, 3D elements creation and editing, 3D scenes extraction and conversion to various formats, transformation or rotation & scaling of 3D objects, add or remove 3D objects from a scene and many more. Support for several popular 3D file formats is also available such as FBX, STL, OBJ, 3DS, U3D, DAE, GLTF, DRC, RVM, PDF, AMF, PLY, X, JT, DXF, 3MF, ASE, VRML, HTML and more.

Advanced Features for 3D processing

Convert whole or a part of the 3D file to another format

Perform 3D modeling & data processing

Perform parametric modeling

Create 3D entities (Box, Cylinder, Sphere, Torus, Plane)

Delete the 3D object from a scene

Delete nodes with attached camera or light

Address nodes by object addressing path

Extract 3D contents from a PDF file

Extract raw data from a password-protected 3D PDF

Extract scenes and export to different formats

Work with triangulate meshes

Triangulate whole file or part of the scene

Cloud-based 3D file conversion

Create a cloud folder structure

Transform, translate, rotate & scale 3D objects

Get Started with 3D Modeling & Processing via GoLang

It is easy to get started with Aspose.3D Cloud SDK for Go as you need nothing to install. Simply create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information. Once you have the App SID & key, you are ready to give the Aspose.3D Cloud SDK for Go a try on any platform.

Convert 3D Files via Go in the Cloud

Aspose.3D Cloud Go SDK has provided the capability to export 3D documents to other supported file formats in the cloud with just a couple of Go commands. The Cloud Go API supports several important file formats for loading and exporting. Developers can easily convert a 3D file to 3DS, AMF, RVM, DAE, DRC, FBX, gLTF, OBJ, PDF, PLY, HTML, STL, U3D and many more.

Generate & Load 3D Scene via Go Cloud SDK

Aspose.3D Cloud Go SDK gives software developers the ability to generate and manage 3D scenes from scratch without requiring to install any external software. The SDK supports loading and reading 3D documents with ease. It also supports editing 3D scenes and conversion to other supported file formats such as 3DS, DAE, FBX, gLTF, OBJ, PDF, PLY, STL, U3D, RVM, DRC, 3MF, and many more.

Generate 3D File from Existing Document

Aspose.3D Cloud Go SDK has included support for generating a new 3D file from the existing file inside cloud apps. The Go API allows to load all the supported 3D documents inside Go applications. First, you need to open the existing file and then you can use the save method with an appropriate FileFormat parameter to store it in the format of your choice. Once saved, you can alter the properties of the 3D documents with ease.

Extract 3D PDF Scenes via Go SDK

Aspose.3D Cloud Go SDK has provided supports for extracting 3D scenes and other content from PDF documents inside cloud apps. The Go API enables developers to load the 3D scene from an input PDF file. The Extract method can be used to iterate through the contents and extract 3D contents and save it into a separate file of their choice. Developers can also extract 3D scenes from a PDF file and save it any other external file.


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