As we welcome in the off-seasons, we also welcome to the world the Dynamo Core 2.8 release! This release has a major focus upon rounding out the bulk of the Python 3 work, but also contains some awesome geometry improvements.
A slew of new features to improve and streamline the Python 3 experience, including better
Planning for Social Distancing
As we've learned more about the COVID-19 virus and as public health guidelines evolve, we looked for ways that computational methods can help designers plan for safer spaces. In this post, part 1, we'll look at how Dynamo can work with Revit to help determine office or school occupancy plans that comply with social d
Dynamo targets .NET framework 4.8 starting with version 2.7. DynamoCore public NuGet package paths have been updated to .Net 4.8. Third-party developers, package, and extension authors targeting a lower .NET framework will need to upgrade their projects to .NET 4.8 in order to start referencing DynamoCore 2.7.0 and higher NuGets.
Kia ora Dynamo people,
After a couple of months of development time (Once again in full-blown remote Zoom mode), today we release the Dynamo Core 2.7 release! This release is a doozy, containing a bunch of work that has been a long time coming; upgrade work focusing upon modernization and a huge amount of bug fixes... the list is a long one!
Hello Dynamo Citizens,
Today we're releasing Dynamo For Revit 2.0.4, a hot fix for those of you who are still using Revit versions 2017 - 2019. We wanted to fix some of the biggest issues with the 2.0.3 release so we've back ported some of the most critical fixes from Dynamo versions 2.2 to 2.5.
So what Hotfixes did you back port?