RevitPythonWrapper has come a long way since it first started in October of 2016. For those unfamiliar with it, rpw is an IronPython library to help you write concise and pythonic Revit API Code. You can read the full documentation here. The library started as a way of consolidating a …

Since the last release of Revit API Docs earlier this year, the website allows the community to contribute code samples with the wider community. I am hoping that over time, this section will be very helpful, especially to beginner Python API developers who struggle to “translate” the C# documentation into Python. The code …

As tools like dynamo allow more users develop their own tools for Revit, it also increases the need for good documentation and learning resources for the Revit API. The official API documentation is fairly comprehensive (although it’s short on examples) but the Developer’s Guide, articles on The Building Coder Blog, and others,  help fill in the gaps. But as …