Archive for Ruby

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 […]

SketchUp 3D Basecamp 2014 Recap

May 1, 2014 in News Blog

Now that the semester is winding down, I can finally look back and post about the great SketchUp 3D Basecamp conference that happened 4/14-4/16 this year in Vail, Colorado. As in years past, this was a meeting of SketchUp users, plugin authors, technology vendors, and, of course, all the makers of SketchUp. What was especially […]

What’s New in SketchUp 2014? Better Ruby, for Example!

February 28, 2014 in News Blog, Tutorials

By now you most probably have heard that SketchUp 2014 has been released. There are quite a few great new-feature overviews and reviews out there and I’ll suggest you look at the ones linked at the end of this post to get up to speed. For now, I just wanted to show you why the Ruby […]

Ruby Code Editor updated to version 3.0

March 5, 2013 in News Blog

I finally got around to updating my Ruby Code Editor to version 3.0. There are quite a few upgrades including: better environment stability (editor, scrolling, results, etc.), code completion for SketchUp classes and methods and a variety of other minor updates (including the fact that it now remembers the last file). The following video gives a […]

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