Elements are introduced based on element classification. Make sure that you read the Elements Essentials and Parameter chapters before reading about the individual elements.
Editing Elements - Learn how to move, rotate, delete, mirror, group, and array elements.
Wall, Floors, Roofs and Openings - Discusses Elements, their corresponding ElementTypes representing built-in place construction, and different types of Openings in the API.
Family Instances - Learn about the relationship between family and family instance, family and family instance features, and how to load or create them.
Family Creation - Learn about creation and modification of Revit Family documents.
Conceptual Design - Discusses how to create complex geometry and forms in a Revit Conceptual Mass document.
Datum and Information Elements - Learn how to set up grids, add levels, use design options, and more.
Annotation Elements - Discusses document annotation including adding dimensions, detail curves, tags, and annotation symbols.
Sketching - Sketch functions include 2D and 3D sketch classes such as SketchPlane, ModelCurve, GenericForm, and more.
Views - Learn about the different ways to view models and components and how to manipulate the view in the API.
Material - Material data is an Element that identifies the physical materials used in the project as well as texture, color, and more.