Cyrille Fauvel

Developer Advocate, Autodesk

Cyrille has been with Autodesk since 1993 focusing on providing programming support, consulting, training and evangelism to external developers. He has worked for Autodesk in a number of countries: he started his career in the Switzerland and has – so far – working from Switzerland, the United States and France. He and his family have now settled back in Brittany the home land of Cyrille’s wife. Cyrille’s current position is Manager of the ADN Sparks (or ADN M&E), the worldwide team of API gurus providing technical services through the Autodesk Developer Network.

Posts by Cyrille Fauvel

September 2, 2020

Expired Trials

Before you start working with Forge (and having to worry about the business model), you’ll want to experiment with the API to make sure that it provides what you need. To help you with yo...

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August 20, 2020

Best practice for uploading and downloading files from BIM360 docs

After reading the BIM360 docs tutorial to upload and download a file, you may have assumed that the bucketKey was always 'wip.dm.prod' but while it was often the case, it is not meant to ...

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December 9, 2019

Forge on Node-RED - Visual Programming for Forge

Node-RED is a powerful tool for building Internet of Things (IoT) applications with a focus on simplifying the ‘wiring together’ of code blocks to carry out tasks. It uses a visual progra...

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December 6, 2019

Node.js SDK update

We are happy to announce we did update the Forge Node.js SDK to support the Data Management filters / pagination, the 'Commands' API, and support for 2legged users. This new version (0.5....

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September 27, 2019

Forge DevCon @ AU Germany – a must go

For those of you who haven’t yet signed up, there’s still a little time left to register for this year’s European Forge DevCon being held on October 14th 2019. The event runs the day befo...

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May 9, 2019

Changes on OSS upload and download for scriptable plain text files [security improvement]

Starting June 12, the OSS upload PUT endpoints will return an HTTP 400 status code if content disposition inline and content types is one of the following: text/html, text/javascript, tex...

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