Rather belatedly, I went through my usual analysis of the Revit SDK to determine the new samples added to the Revit 2015 SDK.
While I was at it, I also migrated the DevDays samples for Revit 2015 UR1, since some new SDK functionality is not yet covered by new SDK samples, and the ones posted with the DevDays online recording were still compiled for one of the early pre-release versions of Revit.
To cut a long story short, the initial release of the Revit 2015 SDK includes four new samples demonstrating part of the most important new Revit 2015 API functionality:
Furthermore, the trusty old RevitLookup sample, an important database exploration and debugging tool in its own right, was removed from the Revit SDK and now lives all on its own in its cosy RevitLookup GitHub repository.
The new SDK samples listed above do not cover all the new Revit 2015 API features.
For instance, nothing to illustrate the important new DirectShape functionality is included above.
I therefore took another look at the samples that we used to demonstrate some of the new functionality at the DevDays Online conferences and posted with the DevDays online recording, and migrated them to the current Revit 2015 UR1 release.
Here are the two updated archive files with and without the sample models included: