The Autodesk Forge Design Automation API (formerly AutoCAD I/O API) allows users to access and edit DWG files from any computer or mobile device using only a web browser. This allows designers and engineers to access their plans at all times without having to print out copies or carry a flash drive. The need to back up one's files is eliminated as well, since all versions of the DWG files are stored on a timeline for easy access and auditing. The Design Automation API features DWG file creation, PDF support, and language translation.
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The Autodesk iOS Sample Code by Autodesk demonstrates how to work with the Autodesk View feature. An available example shows how to interact with the DropBox API to obtain an Api Key and create a DropBox app. Authored by Jeremy Tammik.
The Autodesk .NET Sample Code by Autodesk demonstrates how to wrap a 3D model using client. With the code, developers are able to embed a translated 3D model into a page and create an extension to display properties. Includes dependencies and set/up usage instructions. Authored by Daniel Du.