Autodesk University
Building Well-Performing AutoCAD Applications
Lecture    DV2847
Albert Szilvasy
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Description

This class presents tips and techniques on how to build AutoCAD add-ins that delight customers by their speed. Attendees learn how to use built-in tracing events in AutoCAD and other profiling tools to measure the time it takes to do various operations. The class also presents proven patterns to avoid performance problems.

Key Learnings

  • Identify performance problems in AutoCAD add-ins
  • Describe the tools at your disposal to identify performance problems
  • Describe the patterns to use and the patterns to avoid to build well-performing applications
  • Use the built-in tracing events of AutoCAD

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Albert is a software architect on the AutoCAD team. He has worked on may parts of AutoCAD over the years from AutoCAD OEM to .NET and JavaScript APIs and various end user features in between. Most recently he has been involved with bringing AutoCAD to the "cloud" (Forge Design Automation API) and the browser and mobile platforms (Project Fabric).
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