At the beginning of the year, we held the Dynamo Extensions Workshop in London. Since then many of you have been hard at work testing out this powerful development tool that allows developers to change the entire Dynamo environment. From searching the canvas for placed nodes to adding physics simulation, the community has been having a blast extend
From the flurry of tweets, many of you just submitted your proposals for AU 2018 Las Vegas! And, we are happy to announce that now you have a few more opportunities to contribute to the festivities this year. As some of you may know, every year the Dynamo team hosts a series of pre-conference workshops and a forum the day before AU starts. These
A regular part of the spring season is the arrival of software hotfixes. Following the thunderous arrival of major releases, there is always the slightly quieter appearance of fixes to bugs found late in the development process. We are happy to announce 2 very different hotfix releases, each with a big impact on the Dynamo community.
A few months ago, we held a Dynamo Extensions workshop in London at Grimshaw Architects which was attended by over 20 customers who all had an interest in extending Dynamo beyond its out of the box capabilities. During the workshop, the Dynamo team taught extension basics and worked with the attendees to help them build their first ever Dynamo exte
As you may know, we recently released both Dynamo Core 2.0 and Dynamo Core 1.3.3 with Revit 2019. But, as with anything new, progress has its tradeoffs. In order to continue improving and working towards supporting more capabilities that could potentially make your work more efficient and optimized, we had to make the hard decision of letting somet