Sunday, April 16, 2017

The Week that was in Revit Add-ons for April 10-16, 2017

Last week we published 21 posts here on Revit Add-ons.


From the Autodesk App Store, we posted about Xinaps Suite, a collection of the five Xinaps apps that were previously available separately. Keep an eye on Revit Add-ons for an upcoming interview with Xinaps about their shift to a suite model.

Also from the App Store, we posted about ssUtilities, a collection of tools primarily for working with schedules.


From the App Store, we posted about the free Align version 1.3, the free Element Renumbering version 1.1CADdaddy Tools Version 1.8, and the free Time Stamper Version 1.1.

There were a lot of other add-ins updated on the App Store last week. For the complete list, please see our latest roundup.

From around the Internet, we posted about a maintenance update to BIMcollab issued on April 4, 2017, and about IrisVR Prospect version 1.3.


We posted the latest installment in our popular 'What's Hot' series, What's Hot in Revit Add-ons for March 2017.

From around the Internet, we posted about a couple of opinion articles, The Best Computational BIM Workflows for Architects, which we found to be especially well written, researched and insightful, and FormIt + Revit + Insight = Bye Bye SketchUp & Sefaira.

We posted about a free macro for Revit 2018 to export warnings from a model to Excel.

We posted about AGACAD introducing the concept of ‘Infinity BIM’.

In terms of free webinars, we posted about LCA and LCC for Easy Ecodesign and Green Building Credits to be held on  May 11.

From the world of Dynamo, we posted about the upcoming inaugural designtech DynAwards for the best Dynamo packages. We were very impressed with the awards article, which features 41 nominees in 8 categories, and even Twitter handles for most of the authors and/or packages. Our editor even wrote his own opinion piece on the awards. We also posted about collecting Revit model groups by name with the Rhythm Dynamo package, the debut of the new DynaTools Dynamo package, and using Dynamo for space planning.


Top of the Pops

Last week, three posts spent time in the top spot of our 'Trending Top 10 for the Last 7 Days' list. In order, they were:

Rock Steady

The following posts spent the entire week in the top 10 list:

In and Out of Love

The following posts spent the majority of the week in the top 10 list:

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