October 19, 2023 at 12:42 pmFAQParticipant
Discovery Add-Ins show the potential for customizing the user experience inside of Discovery for specific tasks. An add-in is a managed code DLL that uses the Discovery API. The Discovery Application Programming Interface (API) allows you to create add-in applications that extend the functionality of Discovery. To learn more about scripting check out the Discovery scripting learning content. To learn about creating custom experiences for your company contact your Ansys sales representative.
What is included?
✔ The Sample Add-in project (C#) contains programming examples of how to use various areas of functionality in the API.
• Command Example: Demonstrates how to create an add-in and use a command to create a sample block.
• Tool Example: Demonstrates how to define a button that activates a tool on the HUD.
• Customize Object/Custom Tree Example: Includes the functionality from the Tool Example and adds functionality to create a custom object that is displayed in the custom tree. The example shows how to link the custom object with the tool properties displayed in the HUD.
• Sample Add-in: Shows how to Copy Component, Create Assembly, Create Block, Gear, Hole, Notes, Torus, export a document, Find Matching faces, Create Scene Graph, Select Loop, Create an Interaction tool, Demonstrates Spin animation of a Component, and Create a Profile tool.
This Sample Add-in projects uses version 2023 R2 and API V232 of Ansys Discovery. Please refer the help documentation for building Sample Projects Add-in in Ansys Discovery.
You can find the previous versions Sample add-ins from Discovery Sample Add-ins – Previous Versions knowledge article.
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