|By Marketwired .||
|June 17, 2014 12:17 PM EDT||
NOVATO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- IMSI®/Design, a pioneer in Mobile CAD solutions, today announced the release of its updated Software Development Kit (SDK) for 2D and 3D CAD viewing on iOS and Android mobile platforms.
The TurboApps SDK allows developers like California-based AppTree Software to integrate award-winning 2D and 3D DWG and DXF viewing into their apps quickly and without any of the significant cost associated with such an extensive development project.
"We were able to incorporate the fastest viewing platform available on mobile -- one that has been years in development -- in almost no time. The Android version alone was only a few hours," says Robert Guinn, co-founder of AppTree Software. "As important, the product is rock-solid stable, which is critical to our enterprise customers."
Three versions of the TurboApps SDK are now available for iOS and Android:
Free TurboViewer SDK now includes the following features:
- View 2D and 3D Drawings
- Support AutoCAD Views
- View .DWG and .DXF files
- View 2D/3D Wireframe
- Powered with TurboViewer by IMSI/Design banner
TurboViewer X SDK offers these additional features:
- Support Layouts
- Layer on/off display
- No banners
TurboViewer Pro SDK offers these additional features:
- Support Layouts
- Layer display on/off
- View .DWG, .DXF, natively
- View 3D Hidden Line
- Shaded with edges viewing mode
- X-Ray viewing mode
- View the following CAD formats: TCW, 2CD, 3DM, 3DS, ASAT, CGM, DCD, DGN, EPS, FCW, IGS, OBJ, PLT, SAT, SKP, STEP, STL, STP, WRZ
- Perspective camera views
Availability and Pricing
For more information and pricing, please email [email protected].
IMSI/Design is the global leader in retail CAD (Computer Aided Design). With over 15 million products sold since 1988, IMSI/Design products include the award-winning TurboCAD®, DoubleCAD, DesignCAD, TurboFLOORPLAN, Renditioner, and TurboApps families of precision design applications for desktop and mobile. Please visit www.IMSIdesign.com for more information.
About AppTree Software
AppTree Software is making it easier for organizations to extend the power of their existing enterprise applications for use on the most popular iOS and Android devices and Web browsers. Using the AppTree Framework, customers can build native mobile applications without any mobile programming; user interfaces are 100% configurable. AppTree Software reduces the time it takes to bring mobile applications from idea to production, and lowers the costs to their clients.
To view the complete case study of how AppTree Software used the TurboViewer SDK to integrate award-winning 2D and 3D DWG and DXF viewing into their apps, visit http://www.turboapps.com/Reviews/Case-Study.
© 2014 IMSI/Design, LLC. All rights reserved. IMSI, TurboCAD, and DoubleCAD are trademarks of IMSI/Design, LLC. Apple, iPad, iPhone, and App Store are trademarks of Apple. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. DWG and AutoCAD are trademarks of Autodesk, Inc. All other identifiable marks are the property of their respective owners.
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