- Creating a project using the Autodesk wizard
- Creating classes, command routines, and functions
- Manually creating projects
- Basic .NET functionality
- Working with database properties
- Working with transactions and TableRecords
- Getting a user-specified point and distance
- Creating and inheriting a base class object
- Creating a window interface
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Josh] Hi, I'm Josh Modglin and welcome to Introduction to Creation of AutoCAD Plug-ins using Visual Basic.NET. Your desire to watch this course means you are ready to take on creating your integrated application plug-ins into AutoCAD or any of its verticals using the .NET AutoCAD API. Now we're going to build on this knowledge to show how easy it is to build a connected library of functions within AutoCAD using Visual Basic.NET.
Now finally we will build a working command which will incorporate a graphic user interface like a form or a dialogue. A custom built commands, user selection and a modification of AutoCAD objects. If you're unfamiliar with programming in AutoCAD I encourage you to watch Learning AutoLISP and Visual LISP and AutoCAD customization for CAD managers. Now let's jump into the wonderful world of programming using Visual Basic.NET and the .NET AutoCAD API.
1. Working with the Microsoft Visual Studio Development Environment
2. Creating Your First Project
3. Basic .NET Functionality
4. AutoCAD ApplicationServices Namespace
Creating a new drawing5m 40s
5. AutoCAD DatabaseServices Namespace
6. AutoCAD EditorInput Namespace
7. Class Object Fundamentals
8. Creating a Window Interface
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