Evo VR Virtual Tour Creator - standard integration

Call Evo VR Virtual Tour Creator from an html element

Open Evo VR Virtual Tour Creator


If you have integrated jQuery on your site, use the "Without jQuery" JS link.
If you do not have integrated jQuery on your site, use the "With jQuery" JS link.
In order for EvoVR to work, you need the jQuery library, but if you are already loading it on your site, you need to put the javascript link, which is without the jQuery library.
<script src="https://webobook.com/asset/as:VIEW_API_KEY"></script> - Without jQuery
<script src="https://webobook.com/asset/af:VIEW_API_KEY"></script> - With jQuery

Generate API keys for your domain and place the corresponding keys instead of "VIEW_API_KEY" and "EDIT_API_KEY" in the JS links.

<!doctype html>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>EvoVR Virtual Tour Creator:Test</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://webobook.com/css/evovr.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://webobook.com/css/evovr-preview.css">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
<div class="evovr-tour-editor" postid="101"  showGadget="false" >Open Evo VR Virtual Tour Creator</div>
<script src = "https://webobook.com/asset/af:VIEW_API_KEY"></script>
<script src = "https://webobook.com/api/asset/u:VIEW_API_KEY,EDIT_API_KEY,en"></script>

Integration in portals with multi-user access

The EvoVR Web API can be integrated into multi-user applications. To separate individual users you need to submit the user id in place of "EDIT_API_KEY".
It is recommended to use a hash function such as hash("sha256", "EDIT_API_KEY");. The minimum characters to be sent for "EDIT_API_KEY", are 16.
The EvoVR Web API will prompt your individual users to create a WeboBook account and will connect each individual user to your client in the API.
In this way, each individual user will be able to independently manage their virtual tours.