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The Top Five Most Popular Blogs in 2015

Another year comes to a close. If you’re like me, many of you are thinking how is it a new year already? If you’re also like me you are thinking, this is a great week to catch up on all the things you were too busy to do last week because of the holiday. So before you start making resolutions to burn off all the cookies and pie you ate over the weekend, why not catch up on the top five PTC Mathcad blog posts from this past year.


#5 PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1 API + SDK

The title explains it all. In March we released PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1 , which included some robust new features.

“PTC Mathcad Prime’s API is COM based meaning that developers can use a myriad of Windows platform languages to build applications, C++, C#, VB, VB Script , JavaScript to name the most common. PTC Mathcad Prime’s API is supported by a Software Development kit. The development kit is a collection of 10 applications which demonstrate the API abilities and provide the source code for the applications.”

Read the full article here.



#4 Announcing PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1

In case you didn’t hear the news, we had a new product release in March! PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1 allows engineers to better connect their engineering calculations to other applications and processes.

Learn about all the features here.


#3 Ten Essential PTC Mathcad Worksheets


Why start from scratch if something has already been built? We all know time is the one thing no one has enough of, so it’s no wonder this article is in the top three. This article reviews the top 10 pre-built PTC Mathcad worksheets that you can leverage in your day-to-day calculations.

Read the full article here.



#2 PTC Mathcad Hacks – Shortcuts that will make your life easier: Part II

Good things come in pairs. Socks, mittens, and blog posts. This our second article featuring valuable keyboard shortcuts to help make your life (and functions in PTC Mathcad easier). If you didn’t stumble upon this article when it first came out, now is the time.






And our most popular blog post from this past year was……







#1 Converting Worksheets from PTC Mathcad 15 to PTC Mathcad Prime

This article is both useful and valuable. Anji breaks down the facts and guidelines of converting your PTC Mathcad 15 worksheets to PTC Mathcad Prime, with simple step-by-step instructions and images. If you’re looking to convert your legacy files, this is a must read.




And that’s a wrap! Are there any blog posts you think should have made it to the top 5 that didn’t? Let us know! We love feedback on how we can generate posts that our readers enjoy consuming.


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