I’ve signed up to help with the Forge Developer Zone in the Exhibit Hall of Autodesk University 2022 in New Orleans, if you’re going to be there. Right now I’m planning on being there at these times, in case you want to swing by for a chat:
- Wednesday September 28th | 11:30am – 1:00pm
- Thursday September 29th | 11:30am – 1:00pm
If you’re attending AU – whether physically or virtually – and have an interest in the Forge platform, then you may find this article to be of use.
For my own preparation I thought I’d brush up on some of the information shared at the recent Forge Data Days tour, and luckily it seems there are now videos posted of much of the content.
Here’s the session on the Forge Data Exchange API, with the accompanying samples on GitHub:
Here’s the session on the Fusion Data API, with the accompanying samples on GitHub:
They’re both hosted in the DevTV YouTube channel, which also has the playlist from the recent DevDays Online series. Here are a few videos that readers of this blog might find of interest, in particular, starting with the event’s keynote:
Here’s the update on the Forge APIs:
For those of you working with AutoCAD, here’s the update on the AutoCAD 2023 APIs:
In particular people might be interested to find that AutoLISP is now available in AutoCAD Web. That sounds like something I should dig into, at some point!