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Brian Ekins

DV3377-R: Taking the Step from VBA to Inventor Add-ins: The Roundtable Session

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Describe the differences between VBA and VB.NET and convert VBA macros into VB.NET code
  • Create an Inventor add-in that contains the user interface for your converted macros
  • Debug your add-in in VB.NET
  • Explain the options for deploying your add-in and how to use them

Description

Description

This roundtable discussion addresses your specific issues about writing, debugging, and deploying Inventor® add-ins. A followup to the class Taking the Step from VBA to Inventor® Add-ins, this open format session enables you to ask questions and get answers about Inventor add-ins and the Inventor API.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Those who attended the class Taking the Step from VBA to Inventor® Add-ins and have additional questions about Inventor add-ins and the Inventor API

Speakers

Speakers

Brian Ekins

Brian has worked for Autodesk for 15 years and began working in the CAD industry in the mid 80's. He has worked in various positions, including CAD administrator, applications engineer, instructor, CAD API designer, and consultant. Previous to working for Autodesk, Brian designed the Solid Edge programming interface. Brian is the designer of Inventor's programming interface and now supports developers using it and the programming interfaces of the other Autodesk manufacturing products.

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Published

  • 2013
  • DV3377-R
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Product Design Suite

Industries

  • Aerospace & Defense Equipment
  • Process Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Other
  • Life Sciences Manufacturing
  • Industrial Machinery
  • Consumer products
  • Building Products & Fabrication

Topics

  • Developer