Want to view a DWF file, but don't want to install viewer software? Want to view a DWF file on a Mac, a PDA, a Cell Phone, on Linux, or in Firefox? Would you like to embed a DWF in your own web page (HTML) and not require visitors to install anything? If so, then Project Freewheel has the answer. It is both a web site where you can type in an DWF URL for interactive viewing, and a web service that allows you to embed an interactive DWF viewer in your own HTML pages.
Software Developer, John Schmier, reports that the Project Freewheel team has added a new capability to the Project Freewheel Viewer: Email this DWF.
I tried it with a sample DWF file:
The ability to share design data electronically, free from printing and shipping costs, is one of the ways DWF goes beyond the paper. Project Freewheel allows this electronic process to be applied on Windows, the Macintosh, and Linux. Now more than ever, everyone can share in DWF benefits.
For the latest information on Project Freewheel, see Scott Sheppard's It's Alive in the Lab blog.