Autumn is upon us, and we have lots of new functionality in Dynamo 1.2, as well as significant improvements to stability and performance. Some of the most apparent changes are additional tools we have added to enhance list manipulation workflows, and a large number of new Revit functionalities for Annotation and other areas. Download the new D
Lots of questions have come in over the forum, twitter, and other channels about the T-splines functionality that we slipped into the Experimental section in 1.1. While this is not a comprehensive description of the capabilities, we'd like to give a little more information on what this functionality is about, how you can use it, and where it'
Projector, microphone, webex, recording, intercom… the mental checklist runs quick just in time for the 6:00pm presentation of another monthly session of the San Francisco Dynamo User Group (SFDUG), a community of computational design enthusiast from the Bay Area that meets the third evening of every month to discuss topics about Dynamo and comp
With the release of Dynamo v1.1, we are also happy to announce an update to the Dynamo Primer! We have added more documentation about custom nodes and other new features like the Dynamo Web Experience. Additionally, the Primer is now offered in 3 languages: English, Japanese, and German.
Below is what has been updated in the Primer
Greetings Dynamo Community,
We are pleased to announced the latest release of Dynamo for Revit and Dynamo Studio. This incremental release features a truckload of bug fixes, a few new features, and some "experimental" tools. A little something for everyone we hope.
Release 1.1 represents the first update release since we moved to "seman