If you haven't seen the 262 productivity-enhancing Revit apps on Autodesk Exchange, check them out and discover powerful tools developed using the Revit API. Some example workflows are quick section boxes based on selection, export of schedules to Microsoft Excel, and a text case tool.
Interested in developing new apps?
Join the Autodesk Exchange Apps Hackathon — a virtual web based hackathon that runs from 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time (PT) on Saturday, September 20 to 4:00 p.m. September 21. It’s a community event that gives you the opportunity to work closely with other members of the software development community and Autodesk engineers — in real time, developing new apps for Autodesk Exchange. Receive up to US$100 per app published and win one of eight iPad minis!
If you’ve been thinking about publishing apps in the Exchange Apps store but haven’t found the time, this event will give you the help to get them “out the door”. Head over to exchangeapphack.com for details on the event, including an FAQ, the schedule and speaker line up, and the Rules and the Registration link.