Welcome to the third tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post is to cover a new topic called Navisworks® COM (Component Object Model) Interface & how to add custom property to selected ModelItems. For adding custom property, we will implement a WPF window for user to type-in Category Name, Property Name & […]
This post is to cover how to create an Autodesk® Navisworks® Add-Ins that we will create a file-path info dialog for the current file and the appended files. I am using Visual Studio 2017v and Navisworks® 2020v.
This post is about creating and implementing a custom Dockable Window in Revit® Add-Ins Application. So, what exactly is a Dockable Window? How to make like a ” Project Browser, Properties ….window” ? … Let’s explore this, I will be using Revit v2020 and Visual Studio v2017 for this sample […]
This post is about creating Path of Travel (a new feature introduced in 2020) and its travelled paths Schedule by using Revit Dynamo Application. To cover in a depth, post is presented into two sections: Creating Path of Travel and its Schedule with Dynamo OOTB nodes Creating Path of Travel […]
This post is about previewing the worksets information of the unopened Revit Document by using IronPython in Revit Dynamo Application.
This post is about collecting element’s worksharing information from a central model by using Ironpython in Revit Dynamo Application.
This post is about how you can create sheet with custom viewports location by using Ironpython in Revit Dynamo Application.
This post is about how you can implement WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) form in Revit Add-Ins Command or Application. In this sample project we will be creating a simple Revit Add-Ins Command to display all the list of views from the current document in WPF Treeview (see figure 1.0) and […]
This post is about how you can copy levels and grids from the linked document to the current document by using IronPython in Revit Dynamo Application.
This post is about how you can clean up the unnecessary lines patterns from the document by using IronPython in Revit Dynamo Application. And the idea is if the given keyword contains in the line pattern’s name, the line pattern element will be removed from the document.