If you made it to this year's Autodesk University, you may have seen the latest in a series of digitally-fabricated pavilions from Autodesk's AEC Generative Design Team.
Designed by Autodesk and pre-fabricated by BLOX, the Dynamo Ribbon was a research project that allowed the team to develop new workflows that integrate d
We have updated our policy on Package Manager deletion/transfer of ownership requests. If you want to delete your package, please visit the Dynamo FAQs for more details.
Autodesk Dynamo Studio's "Send to Web", "Manage Web Workspaces", and Customizer functionality will be discontinued in 2019. The team at Autodesk is making changes to simplify our portfolio and workflows for people who make Dynamo scripts. As a result, we will be consolidating some of our web services that use Dynamo functionality.
Hurray for Mondays! We have a bunch of updates available today: two versions of Dynamo Core and the Dynamo Dictionary all have gotten a small refresh.
Two new patch versions of Dynamo Core will be available today as stable builds on dynamobuilds.com: Dynamo Core 1.3.4 and Dynamo Core 2.0.2. These releases are mainly centered around t
We have learned a great deal from Project Fractal. Initially released in July 2016, there are over 3500 people who have tried their hand at coding their design logic in Dynamo and automating design option creation with Fractal. Today we are announcing that Project Fractal has evolved into a new beta project called Project Refinery. Proje
Join the Dynamo User Group of Philadelphia at KieranTimberlake on October 17th from 6-8pm to hear Scott Mitchell, a software engineer on Autodesk’s Dynamo team, tell the story of "Hacking the Howick" and talk about the future of making things with Dynamo.
The Howick machine at the Autodesk BUILD Space in Boston is a CNC steel-stud ro
If you are based in the Noridcs and wanting to Kickstart into Dynamo and Optimization join us for the SFU & Autodesk Dynamo Workshop at AAG2018 in Chalmers, Sweden Sept 22-23th
-> only limited seats available https://bit.ly/2N4kg50
Title: Design Optimization and Exploration
A single parametric model generates an infinite numbe
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
Did you miss Autodesk University Las Vegas 2017 last year and the pre-conference Computational BIM workshops? Was it perhaps too far to travel across the vast Atlantic ocean? Timing just didn't work? Well never fear, the UK Dynamo User Group (UKDynUG), in conjunction with Designtech.io and Innovating Futures, are putting on a redux version: If yo
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.
Dynamo Developer Resources
We are happy to announce a new resource for Dynamo developers that will help you extend Dynamo. This guide will show you all in one document how to build Dynamo from source, develop your own nodes/packages/extensions, test your work, and how to contribute to Dynamo Core. The new Dynamo Developer Resources can be found at
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
Today is the day! After a long wait, the much anticipated Dynamo 2.0 is finally here.
Dynamo 2.0 is a special and significant release for our team as it is a "major" release, but more importantly because it contains features and changes that will make desktop to web workflows possible in the future.
What's so special about a "major" release?
Revit 2019.0 has officially been released, and it is shipping with Dynamo 1.3.3. Dynamo 1.3.3 is also available on dynamobuilds.com as the latest stable release. No significant changes here. Some people like to control their installation process so we are making it available on our site.
Dynamo 1.3.3 is built