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As an update of the bim and tech highlight, I will try to write down some interesting tech news I found in the week. I hope you enjoy it. In this week, I will introduce some news relate to Rhino 8, Dynamo in Forma, AEC Data Model API, People Open BIM, EMARF, GLTF-IO, and Autodesk University 2023...
Let's go back to 2019, a time when I was very excited about Autodesk Forge, a service that provided easy access to rich data originating from various software applications like Autocad, Revit, and Naviswork. Today, we are rekindling that excitement with a new name, APS. Additionally, I will guide you on how to conquer and explore them more easily. Together, we will delve into the limits of this platform.
This is a guide on how to deploy backend applications and databases in minutes. It will be good if you have some project for educational purposes or just for fun. You can deploy your backend applications and databases for free.
This tutorial will guide you through the process of creating a basic IFC.js viewer using Rollup and even show you how to deploy it on GitHub Pages. Please read acticle Build A Simple IFC Viewer Use Webpack first before read this acticle.
I watched the tutorial for IFC.js, but I found the guidelines a bit complex with me to follow. That's why I decided to create a straightforward demo to demonstrate how to use IFC.js with webpack. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the process of creating a basic IFC.js viewer using webpack and even show you how to deploy it on GitHub Pages
The Dunning-Kruger effect is a highly prevalent term in academic circles, yet it remains unfamiliar to many, especially those who are just beginning their academic journey. Today, I will share my knowledge to help you better understand this phenomenon and how to avoid falling victim to it.