Accessing the External Browser
There is the X3D object which is always available, it expects at least one function handler that is called when the browsers (<X3DCanvas> elements) are ready, or the second function handler is called if an error occurred.
The callback function is called when the browser is available. The callback function takes no arguments. The error callback is called if an error occurred, it has one argument error.
The external browser can be accessed by calling the X3D.getBrowser(selector) function, selector can be any CSS selector as used to do from jQuery:
If something went wrong, the error callback is called:
The following services can be used to establish a session and obtain the X3DBrowser object.
getBrowser(selector : String)
The selector argument must be a string containing a CSS selector expression to match elements against as you are used to do from jQuery.
getBrowser(element : Object)
Given a DOM element that represents a X3DCanvas element, the getBrowser function returns the appropriate X3DBrowser object.
The X3D object has several properties, you can use any of the properties below.
The X3DConstants object defines values that can be useful for scripting.
All X3DFields (SFBool, SFColor, …, MFBool, MFColor, and so on). The fields can be created using the object as construtor.