Welcome to the third tutorial of Revit API series, this post is to cover how to create a Revit Schedule including filter and sorting/grouping. For this, we gonna need to write an ExternalCommand Revit Add-Ins to create a Wall Schedule.
Welcome to the second tutorial of Revit API series, this post is to cover a new interesting topic called Extensible Storage which allows you to create Schema data structures and attach to any Element in a Revit model. In this tutorial, we will write two ExternalCommand Revit Add-Ins, for creating and getting Schema.
Welcome to the first tutorial of Revit API series, this post is to cover creating FilledRegion object and the related objects such as FillPattern, FillPatternElement, FilledRegionType … etc., for this we gonna need to create a Revit’s ExternalCommand Add-Ins.
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 project.