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Bringing your Inventor Add-in into Forge Design Automation
Instructional Demo    SD225601
Andrew Akenson
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Description

Bring your existing Inventor Add-in into Forge. In this class we'll go through step by step conversion of an Inventor Add-in into a Design Automationfor Inventor AppBundle.

Key Learnings

  • Learn the steps it takes to convert your Inventor add-in into a plug-in
  • Learn how to work with Design Automation v3 API
  • Learn how to debug your add-in in Forge
  • Learn best practices for developing AppBundles in Design Automation

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Andy is a software architect at Autodesk. His main focus is getting Inventor technology into Forge. He has worked for Autodesk for 10 years all on the Inventor team and is helping drive our existing desktop technology into the cloud.
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