We're glad to introduce the new Forge tutorials, from zero to a really nice Viewer! And this time is available in NodeJS and .NET on server-side, plus HTML5 & JavaScript on client-side. Everything in 6 easy to follow steps:

  1. Tools
  2. Create a server
  3. Authenticate
  4. Upload to OSS
  5. Translate the file
  6. Show on Viewer

Start now!

Looking forward to using it this weekend at the AEC Hackathon in Oakland and next week at the San Francisco Accelerator.

Behind the scenes: we investigated a few libraries for creating documentation, including flatdoc, slate, docute, but ended up with docsify, based on markup (.md) files and offering an impressive collection of out of the box features, like search, copy and code formatting, plus the easy to customize.

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Developer Advocate, Autodesk

Developer Advocate at Autodesk since 2008, working with both desktop and web/cloud apps using top technologies, like C#, JavaScript, NodeJS and any other that can solve problems and improve workflows. See my samples on Github and follow me on Twitter for updates. 

Jaime Rosales

Senior Developer Consultant

Jaime Rosales is a Senior Developer Advocate with Autodesk Forge. He’s part of the team that helps partners/customers create new products and transition to the cloud with the use of Autodesk’s new Platform - Forge. He joined Autodesk in 2011 through the acquisition of Horizontal Systems the company that developed the cloud-based collaboration systems—now known as BIM 360 Glue the...


Adam Nagy joined Autodesk back in 2005 and has been providing programming support, consulting, training and evangelism to external developers. He started his career in Budapest, then worked in Prague for 3 years and now lives in South England, UK.


At the moment focusing on Inventor and Fusion 360, plus cloud and mobile related technologies.


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