Friday, October 30, 2009

Revit API Suggestions

I have a session at AU this year that I am doing along with Michael Coviello from TRO Jung Brannen on API examples that we use in our work environment. We are looking another 1 or 2 great ideas for what would make your work in Revit easier, more efficient or just something you think is missing. Any ideas that get used will be shared with the Revit community so toss out anything no matter how trivial you think it is. I look forward to seeing many of you at AU and have a Happy Halloween.

CP304-2
Autodesk Revit API examples from Real Office Applications
90 Minute Panel

1 comments:

tbharkins 12/04/2009 8:53 AM  

Jason, just came across your blog. Sorry I couldn;t make AU this year but your panle sounds like it would have been a good one.
I'm only now trying to get in to the API side of Revit. Was a huge Autolisp programmer but unfortunetly got away from it. (Forgive me if I suggest anything that is beyond the capabilities of what they allow the public access to)
Here's a couple of suggections:
1. A decent text editor (since Autodesk appears not to really care about this. UGGG)
2. An external printer. It seems like there should be a way to grab the latest view from the file and print it.
3. A filter for referencing views.
4. An app to show which views acad files are linked, or inserted into.

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