I think a key piece of this is the ability to programmatically insert markups into a DWF, but it seems as though that was intentionally left out of the DWF Viewer's public API.
Thanks for your answer Herbert. I'm aware that you guys don't actively support the API, based on previous posts. My question is that of clarification on this issue. There are two ways I think it could be here:
1) You have it and just don't want to publish it for broad community interests, but don't mind open source developers using it if they stumble upon it.
2) You have it and are actively seeking to protect it - ie, stop developers from using it; of course I can't really blame you if that's the goal.
I have no problem writing to a "protected" or "private" API, and then telling my users that they can't upgrade until I code to the next API (think Java's com.sun packages here). However, if autodesk is actively seeking to protect the markup API, then I can just hack around in the raw DWF/DWFX format and that might be a better route (although obviously more work for me).
So, my main question in this response post is: