• Suresh SelvarajSuresh Selvaraj, over 4 years ago

    Thanks for the detailed explanation, Anthony!

    I’m not too familiar with code export for Framer, but afaik, they export the parameters of your animation, right? As in, they don’t actually export a code module that your developers can plug into their iOS/Android code?

    If it’s animation parameters you are looking for, then Diya exports “Animation Specs” for iOS, Android and Web. When you hit ‘Export’ on Diya’s bar, you’ll get 2 HTML files - one is for the prototype and the other is for your animation specs. At the bottom, you’ll see options for Apple SDK, Android SDK and Web.

    Would that help your scenario?

    Lottie keeps coming up in discussions very often with users, so I’m looking into this to see if it is feasible.

    Anyway, this is just the start. Lots of things planned in the future for Diya :)

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    • anthony barbato, over 4 years ago

      If it’s animation parameters you are looking for, then Diya exports “Animation Specs” for iOS, Android and Web. When you hit ‘Export’ on Diya’s bar, you’ll get 2 HTML files - one is for the prototype and the other is for your animation specs. At the bottom, you’ll see options for Apple SDK, Android SDK and Web.<

      Ah ok. i wasnt sure what the output specs were without using this yet. I saw HTML and thought you had initially only made this for web or web app output of some kind. Good to know :)

      That would definitely help the day to day yes. As far as Lottie, i replied to a users comment re: exporting Json. I think having those animations (or at least the more complex ones) with the ability to inject them into js is what most people are aiming for (id assume anyway).

      Excited to see where this goes.

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