What is ARCHLine.XP IPC?
ARCHLine.XP IPC (inter-process communication) is an open source communication platform which allows to run inside ARCHLine.XP other 64-bit Windows applications.
The ARCHLine.XP IPC can be used to access the core functionality of ARCHLine.XP from an external application.
It’s available for Windows Desktop or Web Cloud applications.
What programming languages does ARCHLine.XP IPC support?
Programmable in any .NET compliant language including VB.NET, C#, and C++. The open source sample code is using .NET right now.
What can I expect from using ARCHLine.XP IPC?
Here’s what can do:
1. Fundamentals - ARCHLine.XP IPC provides a handle to an integrated window within ARCHLine.XP. The third party can program its content with full power.
CefSharp is based on Chromium Embedded Framework, the open source version of Google Chrome.
3. XML data exchange in the background between ARCHLine.XP and the other application. It provides access to any ARCHLine.XP element geometry and assigned BIM parameters.
4. Access to ARCHLine.XP commands – ARCHLine.XP works with a built-in command interpreter. Using the command syntax most of the internal commands are programmable with ARCHLine.XP IPC.
How to try it?
Download and install ARCHLine.XP 2022 Commercial or TRIAL.
Download and install ARCHLine.XP IPC.
Try the included example open source project with Microsoft Visual Studio Community.
Introduction to ARCHLine.XP IPC Programming - Part 1
A short video tutorial demonstrating the first steps of developing with ARCHLine.XP IPC.
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