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Testing a new programming tool for AutoCAD

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02-12-2014 09:03 AM

Hi everyone,

It is a time for me to have some developers to test my AutoCAD plug-in for a new programming tool (supported HTML, C#, VB.NET, F#, Ruby, Python, AutoLISP and JavaScript). You can play your .NET code and run HTML forms inside AutoCAD. You can also try out many famous AutoCAD blogs without coping your code to Visual Studio and compile/run it. It will be very easy and intuitive to directly try code from the Through the Interface blog just a click inside AutoCAD.

Please give it a try and provide me feedbacks, as this tool is very helpful for developers. I appreciate all your responses.

Download the plug-in and try it right in the web browser at

For developer testing, just download the package, netload NetScript.Acad.dll and run NETSCRIPT command. However, you can run the setup file to add plug-in buttons to AutoCAD 2013/2014.

The technology behind was introduced last year at the link: New AutoCAD programming language and library: .NETScript and AutoCAD.X


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