Whether you’re just starting out with Autodesk Forge or whether you want to learn more about a particular API, head on over to the Forge Playlist on You Tube where you’ll find a series of new webinars at the top of the list. The training sessions not only explain and show what can be done with the Forge cloud services to connect design, engineering, visualization, collaboration, production and operation workflows, but they take you through the powerful cloud-based building blocks. Pick and choose which API session you want to watch, or work your way through the series.
Here’s the full list:
Introduction to Autodesk Forge and the Autodesk App Store
A brief Introduction to the Forge platform and the Autodesk App Store and the business opportunities they enable for developers/companies.
Introduction to OAuth and Data Management API
OAuth is the open standard used across the Forge Platform for token-based authentication and authorization. Learn more
The Data Management API provides a unified and consistent way to access data across A360, Fusion 360, and the Object Storage Service. Learn more
Introduction to Model Derivative API
The Model Derivative API enables users to represent and share their designs in different formats, as well as to extract valuable metadata. (Its translation functionality was previously bundled as part of the “View and Data API”.) Learn more
Introduction to Viewer API
Introduction to Design Automation API
Design Automation API, formerly known as the “AutoCAD I/O API”, provides the ability to run scripts on your design files, leveraging the scale of the Forge Platform to automate repetitive tasks. Learn more
Introduction to BIM360
BIM 360 API allows developers to develop apps that integrate with the Autodesk BIM 360 platform to extend its capabilities in the construction ecosystem. Learn more
Introduction to Fusion 360 Client API
Introduction Autodesk® Fusion 360™, which is one of the first Cloud based mechanical design tools. It is an integrated CAD, CAM, and CAE tool for product development, built for the new ways products are designed and made. Learn more.
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