Archives for web applications
Trimble’s SketchUp has been quietly implemented in the modern web browser and users are invited into a free open beta to test it out for non-commercial usage.
At AIA Atlanta the CMD Group launched Insight for Architects with the AIA, just for AIA members inside their online AIA accounts. The construction industry data and analytics web tool helps AIA member architects develop business, follow emerging and tracking trends, network and establish new relationships and gain new work.
A startup in Boston backed by MCAD veterans—OnShape—has finally unveiled its innovative fully cloud-based MCAD software, now a public beta, and the news of the unveiling has been rather well embraced, including a spread in the Boston Globe.
The American Institute of Architects have added eight new documents to its industry-standard AEC contractor documents portfolio, including two focused in newer areas of project delivery models. All eight new documents are available through its Documents desktop software and new SaaS (software as a service) Documents-on-Demand Plus and Documents-on-Demand online service.
FileMaker announces new FileMaker 13 Platform with new WebDirect technologies, making it incredibly easy to develop and deploy custom business solutions that link desktops, devices and the Web back to a central server
Finnish-based software company CadFaster, Inc, releases major update to MyCadbox with new features for their iPad app and more…
The American Institute of Architect discusses its upcoming AIA Contract Documents Web Based software with Architosh. The new software as a service (SaaS) model will bring new changes to the AIA and will put Mac users on an equal playing field for the first time with Windows-based colleagues
In our latest Product In-Depth feature, Paul Lopes, co-creator of Rform, the AEC industry’s newest cool Web-based application, talks to Architosh about how he and his architect brother have created a streamlined process for architects and general contractors to work more simply and swiftly during the construction administration phase of AEC projects.
Mac CAD and 3D News: Tidbits today include news on project management tools for creative professionals such as ad agencies, web development, interior designers and other creatives, including prepress and corporate marketing. We also have news on a new product from Group Logic called ArchiveConnect.
At Siggraph the Khronos Group outlined its plans for WebGL — bringing synergy between OpenGL developers and Web developers to enable rich-interactive 3D on the Web without browser plugins.
MacFive™ for this week looks at the what we view as the top 5 most important stories breaking in the Macintosh or Apple news world. For October 26 we review Apple University, Apple’s new hard-hitting TV ads, Apple’s stellar financial results and $25 billion in cash, Apple and Proposition 8, and finally Linux is to Vista what American Idol is to Britney Spears.