Autodesk’s extensive network of developer partners is rallying to support the new Autodesk 2014 portfolio of software with an amazing array of applications. In fact, the big news is we now have 50 partners announcing their support for Autodesk 2014 design, engineering and entertainment software! It’s all about helping to ensure that the apps that new customers moving to Autodesk’s 2014 solutions rely upon most heavily each day will work with their new software.
With thousands of software partners contributing to the Autodesk Developer Network (ADN), there are apps for almost every design and engineering task you can imagine – from facility to cemetery management; framed housing to curtain wall design; machining to quality control; intersection design to vehicle simulation; and much more – all extending the power of Autodesk 2014 software.
Autodesk has been working for several months with ADN partners to help make sure their apps are ready. In a special for In the Fold, Jim Quanci, Autodesk’s director for the Autodesk Developer Network, explains what industries the ADN Partners represent, what it means for their apps to be compatible with the Autodesk 2014 software portfolio, and how these apps impact our customers.
“ADN partners are a vital part of helping Autodesk customers become leaders in their industries,” said Jim Quanci, director of the Autodesk Developer Network. “Compatible applications from our ADN partners allow Autodesk customers to maximize productivity and efficiency.”
Click here to view a number of Autodesk software partners that are leaders in their industries and already shipping their 2014 compatible apps. These companies have a range of tools for AutoCAD, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Maya, Autodesk 3ds Max and Autodesk Revit. This means that subscription customers and others can immediately upgrade to take advantage of the new capabilities in the Autodesk 2014 products and suites, knowing that the integrated or add-on partner tools are compatible and ready for use.
Autodesk Developer Network Apps Sampler
With RAMSIS by Human Solutions (an app designed for Autodesk Inventor 2014 and Autodesk Factory Design Suite) users can perform ergonomic analysis for factory planning and workplace layout.
Bulge-O-Matic for Autodesk 3ds Max by Di-O-Matic is an advanced spherify modifier used to project object vertices onto a Sphere.