Saturday, February 9, 2019

Bang! for Dynamo Updates – Now Open Source

From the sixtysecondrevit website:

Bang! for Dynamo Updates

By John Pierson
Posted on February 6, 2019

As you all may know, I really like to hack at Dynamo.

Currently, I manage 4 Dynamo packages that are available on the package manager.

The first is Rhythm which has been around since 2015 and has evolved into a pretty hefty C# zero touch package, They grow up so fast. 😥

Second is Bang, which was released shortly after Revit 2018 was released. (Revit 2018 made the warnings API available to us.)

Third is Monocle, which was discussed here.

And fourth is DuctTape, which needs some serious updating!

Over the years I have had a ton of fun developing these free packages and have received a lot of great feedback and support. One of the common ways people reach out regarding these free packages is the Dynamo Forum.

Recently, on the forum some of the users alerted me that an old node (from Bang) would be valuable to have access to once again. These comments lead to a new update to add it back to the package along with a few additional changes.

Read more on the sixtysecondrevit website »

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