All posts tagged revit api

automating curtain wall documentation with dynamo

First off, huge thanks to Brian Ringley for letting me borrow his robot for this. :-) Now, in all seriousness, I usually post here source code and solutions, but this […]

why, what and how of the extensible storage

Why? Some time ago, when I was first getting my hands dirty with Revit API, I used to go to Jeremy Tammik’s website and attempt to re-create his examples. Sometimes, […]

create your own tab and buttons in revit

In the last few posts I have outlined in great detail how to make a simple Revit Add-in using the IExternalCommand implementation. Doing that is a great and really fast […]

building revit plug-ins with visual studio: part three

In this post I will go over a few things: Implementing ISelectionFilter which we will use while prompting user to select things via UI Before we even get to selection […]

building revit plug-ins with visual studio: part two

In this post I will go over some of the most useful things that you need to learn to be able to successfully create Revit plug-ins and some good coding practices […]

Revit beyond macros – building your tools as external commands

With #RTCEUR over, I decided to release something that I made this weekend to add another dimension to those amazing Macros that Harry Mattison so kindly releases during the conference. […]

image management with Dynamo

This functionality has been requested a few times on Dynamo blog, so I thought I will make it official and share it here for everyone. This adds a few nodes […]

spaces and space tags w/ dynamo

Ok, so recently I have made contact with a Mechanical Engineer that was getting his toes wet with Dynamo. Of course he has had some questions about workflows and different […]

revisions on sheet w/ dynamo

This is one of those things that we all have to do, but very rarely actually want to. Ticking off all of the appropriate “Revisions on Sheet” for every sheet in […]