Two little items to point out before we end the week:
People have complained about Revit rooms not being translated to Forge.
This can be easily fixed by selecting the views to publish to the cloud and ensuring that the views with the rooms and all other required elements are included.
You can do so manually in the Collaboration for Revit add-in and (possibly, not yet confirmed) programmatically as well, as pointed out in the discussion last year on selecting RVT 3D views for Forge translation.
If you succeed in doing it programmatically, please let us know!
I would love to share a sample demonstrating that.
Andrey originally introduced the Revit API NuGet packages in December last year and also updated RevitLookup to make use of them.
He went on to introduce his add-in template set in February.
Andrey later also added support for Edit and Continue in the template set.
His new thread announces the add-in templates set updated for Revit 2018.1 plus the links to the necessary NuGet packages:
- Revit 2018 Add-In Template Set
- Revit2018DevTools – RevitDevTools is the common tools for using by Revit add-ins.
- Revit-2018.1-x64.Base – Revit 2018.1 x64 assemblies.
- Revit-2018.1x64-Utilities – Revit 2018.1 x64 Utilities .Net API
- Revit-2018.1x64-Additional – Additional assemblies of Revit API.
RevitLookup has already been updated to use the NuGet Revit 2018.1 API package as well.
Many thanks to Andrey for maintaining these useful resources!
By the way, we also have a NuGet package for the Revit Server REST API Library.
I wish you a nice weekend!