We invite you to attend a webinar introducing our View and Data API Beta on Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 8am PDT (duration approx. one hour).
The View and Data web service API is a zero-client, browser-based viewer and associated (server-side) translation engine that will run in any WebGL-enabled browser. The viewer already supports over 60 widely-accepted design and 3D file formats, with additional formats being added regularly. The advantages of the View and Data API are that the viewer has access to the rich data embedded in the original design (properties, parameters, inter-object relationships, materials and more), and that models are streamed (so you can start interacting with a very large model without waiting for the entire file to be downloaded from the server).
- Responding to events, e.g. selection and view changes;
- Searching and displaying the rich data included in the model;
- Manipulating the view/camera;
- Isolating and highlighting model components based on model data search.
- Loading 3D or 2D model representations
- Linking 3D model objects to your own data source.
Date: Thursday, October 23rd, 2014
Time: 8 a.m. PDT (4 p.m. BST; 5 p.m. CET; 11 a.m. EDT)
Duration: approx. one hour
Registration: To reserve your place send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure you include
- Your full name
- Company name
- Developer ID (ADN ID) - if you're an ADN member
- Email address
Login details will be emailed to registered attendees before the event. We're linmited to 100 attendees, so please register early to avoid disappointment.
We look forward to talking with you in the webcast. And, if you’re too impatient to wait for the webinar, you’re welcome to apply for an API key at developer.autodesk.com so you can start experimenting now.
This webcast is open to all - it is not restricted to ADN members. However, ADN members who attended the September 18th webcast should note that this is a repeat of that event.
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