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Revision as of 03:55, 23 April 2009

Product information
  • Name: COLLADA DOM
  • Purpose: Low level API
  • Last updated: December 4, 2008
  • Current version: 2.2.0
  • Status: Production/Stable
  • OS: Platform-Independent
  • Forum
  • Report bugs
  • Maintainer: unknown
  • Contact for technical issues:

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The COLLADA Document Object Model (COLLADA DOM) is an application programming interface (API) that provides a C++ object representation of a COLLADA XML instance document.

The DOM is created by Sony Computer Entertainment America using a code generator directly from the COLLADA schema. The DOM is open source and available for download on Sourceforge.

See also

External links


COLLADA DOM - Version 2.4 Historical Reference
List of main articles under the DOM portal.
User Guide chapters:  • Intro  • Architecture  • Setting up  • Working with documents  • Creating docs  • Importing docs  • Representing elements  • Working with elements  • Resolving URIs  • Resolving SIDs  • Using custom COLLADA data  • Integration templates  • Error handling

Systems:  • URI resolver  • Meta  • Load/save flow  • Runtime database  • Memory • StringRef  • Code generator
Additional information:  • What's new  • Backward compatibility  • Future work
Terminology categories:  • COLLADA  • DOM  • XML