Archive for Ruby

Scripting 101: Learn to Code with SketchUp (my 2016 #3DBasecamp presentation)

June 15, 2016 in Tutorials

This page provides some additional information for my presentation at the 2016 3D Basecamp on Wednesday, June 15th 10:30 am – 12:00 pm in Sleeping Giant Description: Get your hour of code right here, right inside SketchUp! Learn the basics of coding with SketchUp’s Ruby language during this talk with just a few, easy-to-follow exercises. Coding […]

Read SketchUp News in Style!

February 16, 2016 in News Blog

  Instead of browsing the internet for SketchUp news, install my SketchUp News Viewer extension and read everything right in SketchUp. You can find out more about the nicer, newer interface on alexschreyer.net.

Second edition of “Architectural Design with SketchUp” is now available!

October 26, 2015 in News Blog

I am very excited to be announcing the release of the second edition of my book “Architectural Design with SketchUp” today! For this edition, I went back through the text and updated and improved a lot of content. As before, my main goal was to keep it relevant for as large a variety of SketchUp users as possible and […]

What’s New With SketchUp 2015

November 8, 2014 in News Blog

This is What’s New… Depending on who you ask and how those people use SketchUp, it is quite likely that they will hone in on different favorite elements in the 2015 release of SketchUp, which came out just this week and parallel to Trimble’s Dimensions user conference in Las Vegas (which I attended, hence the late […]

Calculating Summed-up Volumes with Ruby

June 11, 2014 in Tutorials

  I received an email a few days ago by someone who needed to calculate volumes and face areas in SketchUp for the purpose of estimating. I suggested doing this in a few lines with Ruby and as it turns out, it is pretty easy as long as the objects that need to be summed […]

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