The Autodesk Forge Viewer enables web developers to very easily display 3D (and 2D) models in a WebGL-enabled browser or smartphone app. If you've got a model you've created using some kind of design software, then you can probably display it using this API.
Here are samples of the API's capability: play with it before you continue reading.
The API comes in two parts -
If you are in hurry, in a hackthon for example, and would like to try the viewer very quickly, you can skip the model uploading/translating process, use the following projects as template to start quickly.
Here are some libraries which make your life easier. Your are welcome to use them in your project. And we encourage you help improve these libraries by forking and sending pull requests to make it better.
Some additional samples in various languages, demonstrating the workflow of Autodesk Forge Viewer API.
Here are some other samples, demonstrating the integration with othersystems, such as your own ERP/CRM system, external Database, etc.
Samples demonstrating the possible usage of the Autodesk Forge Viewer:
The documentation is always the first place you should go when you have problems or it's unclear how to use the API.
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