Month: April 2016

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Dynamo 1.0.0 Release

Dear Dynamo Community We are so excited to release Dynamo 1.0.0! There are many things that this release is, and many things that it is not.  At a high level, Dynamo 1.0.0 DOES represent a stabilization of Dynamo's internal software organization and DOES NOT indicate that we are "done". This milestone release means that we are committed

API changes in the upcoming Dynamo 1.0.0 release

Dear Dynamo Development Community, We are getting ready to release Dynamo 1.0.0, which will be characterized primarily by a solidification of our Public API and a massive bug fixing. While there are a number of new tools and features, a big emphasis for us has been to commit to stable code that allows for smoother and more reliable movements fro

Incoming Bug fixes for Dynamo 1.0.0

Hi All, In the run up to the 1.0.0 release (coming soon!), we wanted to mention that a major improvment is in a flurry of small and large bug fixes implemented since 0.9.2.  Please find the longish list below, loosely grouped, and hopefully clear enough in their terse discriptions.  (Note, this does not include bugs created and fixed in pre-

Leveraging Built In Revit Parameters for Structural Engineers with Dynamo

Recently, I was explaining how the Graphical Column schedule for Revit was never intended to be placed on a sheet. From what I have read, the Graphical Column Schedule was only intended to be used for coordination. However, using some Shared Parameters for the Structural Columns, one can start developing. Typically on industrial-type projects I