I’m developing a series of 3D PDF’s for an As-Built phase of a commercial project. I wanted to split the set into Architectural model, structural, specific services and a general fire model (passive only so where fire rated walls are located). My initial workflow was messy and hard to replicate so I wanted to make
I was looking at the GlideApps showcase and the Bogdan Popa created a News App. In it he uses IMPORTXML in Google Sheets to pull in web data that he filters to different tables. A nice app. I started thinking about what other import formulas does Google Sheets have, I know it has GOOGLEFINANCE
I went to a WordPress meetup and the presenter was discussing the content on your website. Why are you doing one and what are your goals. That stumped me for a while, I’ve sort of fallen in the habit of building something and my previous goals which were not met have fallen by the wayside.
Click this link to go to developed app. Glide is a bit like Coda, but different. Its intentions is to build an app without needing to code. Allowing you to focus on content rather than process. It has a free tier and you need to sign up/sign in. You need a google account so that
I’ve been messing around Revit URL parameters. The thinking goes thusly: If I’m on a mobile device, I can scan a QR code for URL to take me to……, but what if I’m on my desktop and want to follow a link? I dont want to go to the hassle of scanning a QR code,
In the previous post 3D QR code attempt 2 I succeeded in getting a QR code into Revit and was able to scan it there & also export to 3D PDF to scan there too. Unfortunately the process that was used required using an Autodesk free trial (30 day) programme Formit for conversion from TinkerCad
First, I’d like to stand corrected regarding a closing comment I made in the previous post on this subject, Trying to get 3D QR code in Revit/3DPDF, “The QR codes are sometimes referred as 3D codes as there is an X, Y and colour dimension (some marketing idiot obviously).” I found this article that discusses