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Author Topic: I want to create a website using WebGL! can I save variables on my server?  (Read 912 times)

Silicon Power

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Hey guys. I want to create a website using Unity and I need to save usernames inside variables but I have no idea how can I save that variables inside my FTS server?

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I searched for solutions and finally today bought Easy Save asset from store

daniellogin

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What kind of website do you mean? Do you realise that you won't turn up in Google search results, since SEO won't work?

Silicon Power

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I searched for solutions and finally today bought Easy Save asset from store


Last time I ask Easy Save developer about this he said you can't store save file inside FTP server with Easy Save! how did you do that?

What kind of website do you mean? Do you realise that you won't turn up in Google search results, since SEO won't work?

It's a light website. I don't need SEO if there is no other serious limit issue.
« Last Edit: September 10, 2019, 09:47:19 AM by Silicon Power »

heavygunner

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You can't upload file.
Did you checked EasySave cloud actions ?
You can store in a Database

PS : me also making a WebGL game for Kongregate.
« Last Edit: September 10, 2019, 10:05:58 AM by heavygunner »

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You can't upload file.
Did you checked EasySave cloud actions ?
You can store in a Database

PS : me also making a WebGL game for Kongregate.

Thanks. It seems I can't do the job with ES2 because it works inside Unity editor but now when I build as WebGl! do you use ES3 for this?

heavygunner

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Yes, I use ES 3. I didn't finished setup yet. Since it is connected to game to server/database, It should work