While the desktop version of AutoCAD typically receives the most attention, the web and mobile versions of AutoCAD continue to see exciting developments. Not constrained by an annual release cycle, we’ve seen a rapid stream of improvements to both the web and mobile versions over the last several years. What few users I speak with tend to realize is today’s web and mobile version of AutoCAD leverages the same core code as the desktop version. The fact AutoCAD web, mobile, and desktop share the same code today is the result of an even lesser known effort known as AutoCAD Fabric.
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