All posts tagged revit api

encapsulating addins with costura.fody

  OK, so I think I got a little ahead of myself here. Costura.Fody is great, but the issue of conflicting assemblies persists. I did some more testing on different […]

size matters…or so I was told

I have recently been looking into obtaining file size for a Revit project. It’s one of these file size tracking dashboards that everyone seems to have handy these days that […]

debugging revit add-ins

Ok, so I always hear people complain, that writing Revit Addins is horrible because it takes forever to debug them. You know, that spiel about having to restart Revit, every […]

wall chamfers of equal length

This came by my desk the other day from one of my colleagues in San Francisco office. He was wondering how to automate or semi-automate creation of wall chamfers of […]

removing controlled parameters from view templates

It’s been a while since I wrote a post on Dynamo workflows, but it has also been a while since I have been using Dynamo for anything. I kind of […]

how to maintain revit plug-ins for multiple versions

One thing that we all have a love/hate relationship with is API breaking changes. Yes, we all love shiny new toys, but they usually break our old reliable tools. What […]

submitting code to DynamoRevit repo

With the Dynamo 1.3 release, there was also a new version of DynamoRevit tools that were released. Some of you might already know this, but DynamoRevit is nothing more but […]

digging through revit warnings to find meaning

This post is a shorthand version of a workshop that I was teaching recently at AEC Symposium and Hackathon that our kind folks at TT organized. I think it originally […]

think parametric – accessing the power of visibility overrides

Some time ago, when I made my first video for Think Parametric, we were talking about doing another one, but this time using custom content. At the time, the idea […]