As iLogic turns 13, and as more companies embrace Inventor Automation software, there are many perspectives as to what is the best way to write iLogic code. Take it from someone who’s worked with large enterprise engineering departments and small specialty fabrication houses: Everyone wants some level of automation. In this class, you’ll learn how to write your iLogic code using industry best practices. You’ll also walk away with knowledge of the fundamentals for success when developing your iLogic rules. Do you want to become better at using the Inventor API in your code? Do you want to know how to avoid the same mistakes as others who use iLogic? If you love iLogic the way we do and you want to join the automation revolution, this is definitely the class for you.
- Learn about code writing formats
- Gain familiarity with iLogic code structure and dependencies
- Learn about routines and functions
- Learn about the Inventor API