Use Case: 3D-Guided Service Instructions
  
Use Case: 3D-Guided Service Instructions
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This use case is intended for use with mobile and tablet devices only, not for HoloLens devices.
Introduction
3D-Guided Service Instructions walks you through creating a Vuforia Studio Experience that will allow a frontline worker to:
Find the physical location of a broken part on an object using a digital model
Search for parts on a 3D model of the object
Find and order replacement parts from a vendor using a persistent shopping cart
Before You Begin
Before you begin the 3D-Guided Service Instructions use case, navigate to the 3D-Guided Service Instructions repository in GitHub. This repository contains all of the project files and code you’ll need to complete this use case. For more information about best practices when working in GitHub, see Working with GitHub.
You’ll also need access to the following:
Vuforia Studio
ThingWorx
Creo Illustrate
Get Started
The 3D-Guided Service Instructions use case will walk you through the following sections:
3D-Guided Service Instructions 101: Use Attributes in Creo Illustrate
3D-Guided Service Instructions 201: Use JavaScript to Highlight Parts and Create Ionic Popups
3D-Guided Service Instructions 202: Use JavaScript to Find Parts
3D-Guided Service Instructions 301: Add Pricing Data and a Shopping Cart to a Model
3D-Guided Service Instructions 302: Add a Simple ThingWorx Service to Vuforia Studio
3D-Guided Service Instructions 303: Create a Persistent Shopping Cart Using ThingWorx