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Creating a DatumTarget in Teigha Mechanical

A brief update about the recent Teigha Mechanical changes

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Using JavaScript with Teigha Publish to Switch Views

Using JavaScript when switching predefined views (View) for OdAnnotation is considered based on the PublishTemplate * examples. The main points of the source code are discussed in this article.

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Teigha Multithreading Low-Level API (Part 3 of 4)

This article is part of a series about the low-level API used for multithreading.

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Teigha Multithreading Low-Level API (Part 2 of 4)

This article is part of a series about the low-level API used for multithreading.

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Teigha Multithreading Low-Level API (Part 1 of 4)

In previous blog articles we described Teigha’s high-level multithreading API (Teigha Thread Pool Services), and how using it, Teigha-based applications can invoke multithreading operations with a minimal number of calls and helper data structures.

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Teigha BIM: Export to SVG

Export of .rvt/.rfa files to .svg.

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Teigha PRC: Using OdPrcMarkupLinkedItem

OdPrcMarkupLinkedItem is similar to OdPrcReference. As an OdPrcReference, it can be used to override an entity’s location, appearance and linestyle.

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Teigha Multithreading High-Level API (Part 3 of 3)

This article is part of a series of articles about the Thread Pool Services interface used for multithreading.

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Teigha Multithreading High-Level API (Part 2 of 3)

This article is part of a series of articles about the Thread Pool Services interface used for multithreading.

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Teigha Multithreading High-Level API (Part 1 of 3)

Teigha Kernel provides a simple and powerful high-level cross-platform API called Thread Pool Services which is used for invoking multithreading functionality inside Teigha-based applications and libraries. Thread Pool Services is provided by Teigha Kernel as a separate extension module that can be loaded on demand.

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