AMC Bridge Released Version Two of AID.Works Adding Support For C# Developers

AMC Bridge Released Version Two of AID.Works Adding Support For C# Developers

RANDOLPH, NJ - 

AMC Bridge, a leading software solutions provider for vendors and users of CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM and PLM applications, released the second version of AID.Works, the tool designed to help automate basic steps of SolidWorks add-in development; it auto-generates the skeleton source code of the application.

The second version has a major enhancement. AID.Works now handles C# applications as easily as the first version does with C++. To download the new enhanced version of AID.Works please click here. The new AID.Works is twice as powerful and is still offered free of charge. As always, we are happy to hear from developers with suggestions on enhancements we should consider in the future releases. About AMC Bridge AMC Bridge is a leading provider of software development services for vendors and users of CAD, CAE, CAM and PDM tools. Since 1999, the company has been delivering software solutions that improve effectiveness of product design cycles. AMC Bridge helps to reduce overheads of engineering processes by delivering software development projects that include extension, customization and automation of modeling and data management tools as well as data collaboration and interoperability solutions

Jun 15, 2009
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