One of our customers from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Maksim Sestic, was so excited about the Project Freewheel server-based DWF viewer that he sent us an email:
This is just to say "great work!" for your Zero Client implementation. Although in Beta, it looks promising enough. Please find attached a public domain DWF sample of an OSP telecommunications access network overview and schematics. If you like it, feel free to place it in your gallery.
With kindest regards,
Some details on the sample:
Name: Telecommunications OSP / Access Network design sample (Novo naselje - Derventski Lug, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Compiled by: Maksim Sestic
Designed by: Goran Medic, Natasa Simicevic, Dejan Raketic, Marko Djurovic, and others
OSP project generated using Autodesk-based add-on TeleCAD-GIS
File size: 3.58MB
Number of sheets: 6
If you have the free Autodesk DWF Viewer or Autodesk Design Review already installed, you can view the sample DWF file directly:
Autodesk DWF Viewer and Autodesk Design Review provide a rich experience that includes viewing 3D models and multiple sheets of 2D data, orbiting, cross sectioning, pulling apart, panning, zooming, URL navigation, property information, layers, named views, animations, printing, and more.
If you are on a platform such as the Macintosh or Linux where the Autodesk DWF Viewer and Autodesk Design Review are not available, you can view the sample DWF file using the Project Freewheel viewer:
Freewheel sample HTML page
This sample page allows you to load DWF files, zoom in, zoom out, zoom rectangle, zoom extents, pan, orbit, and select which sheet to view. Additional capabilities will be added to Project Freewheel as the technology preview progresses.
With technologies like ActiveX and server-based viewers, DWF provides users with a choice. With paper, you just have paper. This is another way DWF goes beyond the paper.