Autodesk University
AutoCAD, JavaScript, and the Cloud
Lecture    SD4865
Fernando Malard
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Description

This class will present the new JavaScript API for AutoCAD software, and attendees will learn how to use this technology to create web- and cloud-based plug-ins. We will connect web capabilities to the JavaScript API technology, demonstrating how users can quickly create the AutoCAD Thin Client software plug-ins, utilizing amazing JavaScript libraries and obtaining a unique user experience with professional results.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to create basic Javascript code
  • Learn how to use the AutoCAD software Javascript API
  • Learn how to integrate the AutoCAD software JavaScript API with existing JavaScript Libraries
  • Learn how to integrate the AutoCAD software JavaScript plug-ins with the cloud

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Fernando Malard is a civil engineer who has worked with AutoCAD software and ObjectARX technology since 1996 and with Revit software since 2009. He has also been an Autodesk Developer Network member since 1997. He has worked on several AutoCAD and Revit software applications for civil engineering, architecture, interior design, and geographic information system using ObjectARX technology, C++, Microsoft .NET, JavaScript, Cocoa, databases, and Forge Platform. Malard has had extensive experience teaching AutoCAD software, Revit software, C++, Microsoft Foundation Class, Microsoft .NET, and ObjectARX technology over the last years. Today he continues to apply his skills to the design and implementation of complex industry solutions in desktop, web, and cloud environments. Malard has also worked with Autodesk, Inc., user communities, and he maintains a blog about ObjectARX technology. He holds a master’s degree in structural engineering from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
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