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AEC Hackathon 3.2: @BIMforAll and New AEC Medium

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Last weekend from June 3rd to June 5th, our Proximi team had the honor to join a talented and passionate community in the second AEC Hackathon in Helsinki. Many ideas were hatched in mere few days, which was fascinating to watch.

One remarkable hack that caught our attention was from team @BIMforAll, as we have mentioned in our most recent blog post about the event. The hack, although still only a prototype, signified budding changes in the AEC industry. In its prototype form, the hack allows users to post tweets and immediately edit BIMs.  Read More

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Advanced Action Flows 5. Changing content on a 2nd screen based on visitor

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This example is more advanced use case and we recommend you to familiarise yourself with less advanced flows before processing this one. The idea of this action flow is to change the content on a second screen based on a visitor. The simplest way to do this is via a website, whose content is changed with a http request call. In testing, this second screen can be your laptop. In real-life scenarios, the second screen could be a tablet or a digital screen.

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Advanced Action Flows – Part 3. Sending information to an external source (URL)

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In this example, we are sending some JSON content to a third party endpoint, when a geofence enter event is triggered. Whenever there is an enter event, we are going to pass the name of the geofence and the Visitor ID of that device that triggered it to the defined endpoint.

For this tutorial, we are going to use a free, open online service called Webhook Tester, https://webhook.site/. The service allows you to create your own custom URL with one click  that you can use to easily test webhooks and other types of HTTP requests.

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