• Jiri TrecakJiri Trecak, almost 4 years ago

    Hello Al!,

    Thank you :) The export work very simply - when you are done "coding it" as you said, you select platform (for now, iOS and Android, with React Native support coming soon) and it will export XCode / Android Project, resources (images, fonts), UI (storyboards, XMLs) and the UI code if needed, and you can simply work on it further as a developer - it does not interrupt the flow in any way, just decreases time needed to build the first part (UI).

    For the designers I think it is important to note that at this point, you are not able to build entire app - you still need to code the "guts" - network and such, yourself. But our goal is to automate the rest, and allow the designers to do it themselves (at least to some extend)

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    • Al LuccaAl Lucca, almost 4 years ago

      So, for designers, the real value is to cut one (very important) step out of the developers time, which is basically rebuilding the interface into xCode? Does that make sense?

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      • Jiri TrecakJiri Trecak, almost 4 years ago

        For now, yes - we will also be enabling the "simulator" feature soon, so as a designer you can test it on a real device before you hand it over to the developer - and yes, you can hand over finished UI if you choose to :)

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