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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Updated Autodesk Freewheel Service Now Available - It is Alive in the Lab

Remember in a recent post of mine (View Revit & AutoCAD files on your Palm Pre or iPhone) that I showed you could use this on an iPhone or Pre. Even for dwg files, this is a great way to export your drawings to DWF and make them available for viewing by others on your team. This is so much better than PDF. There are also Autodesk plug-ins to export directly from Revit to Freewheel. Great work by the guys in the Lab.

Repost: http://labs.blogs.com/its_alive_in_the_lab/2009/07/updated-autodesk-freewheel-service-now-available.html

Recall that version 1.0 of Autodesk Freewheel was fully released as an Autodesk service on April 10, 2007. Project Freehweel continued its technology preview path by extending its capabilities. On July 20, 2009 Autodesk Freewheel was updated to include elements from Project Freewheel based on your feedback.

Item
Name Project Freewheel® Autodesk® Freewheel®
URL freewheel.labs.autodesk.com freewheel.autodesk.com
Version 1.0.9.59 1.0.10.60
Strategy exposure of viewing and other technologies that may or may not eventually be incorporated into Autodesk® Freewheel® reliable DWF-based viewing without the need to install additional software
Monitoring monitored by the Autodesk Labs team monitored 24/7 by the same Autodesk IT Operations team that maintains the Buzzsaw/Streamline servers
Emphasis exploration of sharing design data over the web to a variety of platforms software as a service - in this case, a free service
Features Upload via ShareNow,
File Open (DWF, DWFx),
Email, Print,
consolidated login,
My Designs, My Sessions,
Zoom (In, Out, Fit), Pan,
Full Screen/Restore,
3D Orbit,
Navigation Wheels (3D and 2D),
Collaboration (Share, Join, Markup List)
Markup (Sketch, Highlight, Callout),
DIV-based mashup, watermark,
Customize UI (mode, CSS, UI, TOOL),
JavaScript API,
Project Draw integration
File Open (DWF, DWFx),
Email, Print,
Zoom (In, Out, Fit), Pan,
Full Screen/Restore,
3D Orbit,
Navigation Wheels (3D and 2D),
DIV-based mashup, watermark,
Customize UI (mode, CSS, UI, TOOL),
JavaScript API
Support Autodesk Labs
Project Freewheel®
email address
Labs.Freewheel@autodesk.com
or
Freewheel®
discussion group
http://discussion.autodesk.com/
forum.jspa?forumID=251

or
news://discussion.autodesk.com/
autodesk.freewheel
Freewheel®
discussion group
http://discussion.autodesk.com/
forum.jspa?forumID=251

or
news://discussion.autodesk.com/
autodesk.freewheel
Blog It's Alive in the Lab
http://labs.blogs.com
Scott Sheppard
Beyond the Paper
http://dwf.blogs.com
Volker Joseph

Graduating functionality from our technology preview to our production service is alive in the lab.

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