For years, you’ve been creating powerful workflows that combine Inventor and Revit models, and that require the transfer of data and geometry between these two products. Now that the Design Automation API is bringing Inventor and Revit ‘into the cloud’, you can build these Inventor/Revit interop workflows into your web applications. Using some simple use cases, we will show you how you can easily build web-based workflows by using the Design Automation API to share data and geometry between Revit and Inventor.
- Discover and understand ways to access and work with Revit and Inventor data in the cloud
- Learn how to use these building blocks to automate your company's workflows
- Learn how to work with Design Automation v3 API
Cyrille Fauvel got his first computer when he was 12 years old, and as he had no money left to buy software, he started writing code in assembly code. A few years later, he wrote code in Basic, Pascal, C, C++, and so on, and he’s still doing that. He’s been with Autodesk, Inc., since 1993, joining the company to work on AutoCAD software originally. He’s passionate about technology and computers. At Autodesk he’s worked in various roles, from the design side to manufacturing and finally to games and films. He is now an evangelist for the Forge API (application programming interface) and web services, and he has a desire to deliver the most effective creative solutions to partners using these APIs and web services.
Adam Nagy joined Autodesk back in 2005, and he has been providing programming support, consulting, training, and evangelism to external developers. He started his career in Budapest working for a civil engineering CAD software company. He then worked for Autodesk in Prague for 3 years, and he now lives in South England, United Kingdom. Twitter: @AdamTheNagy