Do you write AutoLISP programs and need to share them with users inside or outside your company? Do you have users who use different languages or releases of AutoCAD software? Sharing—more commonly referred to as “deploying” in the programming community—program files can get complicated and cause those new to programming to feel overwhelmed. This session will provide an overview of the best practices that you can use to simplify the deployment and support of your custom AutoLISP programs. This session features AutoCAD. AIA Approved
- Learn how to create and implement custom help topics
- Learn how to support multiple languages
- Learn how to deploy programs and define plug-in bundles
- Learn how to trust and digitally sign AutoLISP program files
Lee Ambrosius is a Principal Learning Experience Designer at Autodesk, Inc., for the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT products on Windows and Mac. He works primarily on the customization, developer, and CAD administration documentation along with the user documentation. Lee has presented at Autodesk University for more than 10 years on a wide range of topics, from general AutoCAD customization to programming with the ObjectARX technology. He has authored a number of AutoCAD-related books, with his most recent project being AutoCAD Platform Customization: User Interface, AutoLISP, VBA, and Beyond. When Lee isn't writing, you can find him roaming various AutoCAD community forums, posting articles on his or the AutoCAD blog, or tweeting information regarding the AutoCAD product.