Bryan Huang

Developer Advocate

Bryan Huang is a Developer Advocate with Autodesk Developer Network and is a certified AWS/Azure Solutions Architect/Developer and VMware Practitioner

Posts by Bryan Huang

June 10, 2020

Introducing the Forge Showroom

Voila, ladies and gentlemen! Forge/BIM developers and design/engineering professionals around the world! Introducing the Forge Showroom - a curated list of Forge samples and PoCs with han...

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June 9, 2020

Customizing the Model Browser - custom label, behavior, styling and data sources

Customizing the Model Browser has always been somewhat a puzzling experience for our developers so today let's sum up all our tricks up the sleeves to get geared up for you our customizin...

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May 6, 2020

Bootstrap your Forge real-time IoT apps using full-stack designs with React Hooks and FeathersJS

Over the years we've had queries constantly about how to integrate Viewer with real-time data to create data intensive IoT apps so today let's walk through a beginner friendly sample to g...

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March 6, 2020

Minimizing Viewer workloads - loading models partially with selected components and features only

Quite curiously, we’ve often had inquiries about mechanisms to tree shake Viewer’s loading process and load only what’s minimally required to render the model or just a part of it, which ...

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February 26, 2020

Consume AEC data with SVFs on your own server

Recently we had quite a few inquiries about how to consume the AEC data on Viewer, but that apparently involves loading the model from Forge with Viewer.loadDocumentNode. Many developers ...

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February 20, 2020

Build cross-platform Viewer apps with Reason React Native and NativeScript Angular

This is an extracurricular (and "final" final) addition to our cross platform series to cover a couple of alternative frameworks (namely Reason React Native in ReasonML and NativeScript i...

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February 12, 2020

Meet the Forge Tools hub - JAMStack/Serverless Tools to download Derivatives (SVF) and View Models Offline (PWA)

Personally I’ve always felt that we have yet to harness the full power of modern browsers, especially with all the potential made possible by the advent of H5 and modern APIs. With this m...

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