November 13, 2018

Design Automation for Revit – Public Beta Coming January 28

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In case you weren’t able to join us for Forge DevCon, we have some great news! We’re happy to announce that Design Automation API for Revit (aka Revit IO) will be going to public beta on January 28, 2019. 

What is Design Automation API for Revit?

It’s Revit’s engine running in the cloud as a Forge service. Build cloud-native apps and services that create, extract, and modify Revit data. Check out this DevCon class for more info.
 
I’m interested. What do I do?

Let us know what you’d like to build:
www.autodesk.com/revitonforge

Start converting your Revit add-ins by following the instructions in this class handout.
 
Can I work with Autodesk to turn my idea into code?

Yes! A great way to do this is to apply to the Forge Accelerator in Boston, MA on February 4-8, 2019
This is a special program to help developers leverage Autodesk Forge APIs to build next generation solutions. The February workshop will focus on Design Automation for Revit. Work up close and personal with the Autodesk team to turn your idea into a working prototype.
Learn more and apply at www.autodeskcloudaccelerator.com. (Or register directly from here.) 

 

Forge Design Automation for Revit team

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