What is the best way you consider to create customized (smart) blocks?
Creating through individual shapes like cubes by hand or using dynamic blocks?
Creating code by hand bothers me a bit because Ctrl+Z gets cluttered with object instances, but with dynamic blocks, I have some doubts as I would like to make parts with dynamic properties.
What do you think is best, and what do you recommend I research?
SketchUp doesn’t use “blocks”. What is it you are trying to model?
I want to create an entity that can change dimensions, forming for example, a kitchen wall cabinet. But if I want to make a corner cabinet with the entire base as a single piece, I wouldn’t know how to do that using dynamic blocks. So, I’m trying to find a solution by learning Ruby.
For your purpose, I think the best way is the dynamic components. Most people do it that way.
There are also the newer Live Components which use a graphing wizard (for those people who do not know computer programming.)
I would suggest this topic be reassigned to the Dynamic Components subcategory, as it is general and not specific to coding.