• Andy MerskinAndy Merskin, almost 2 years ago

    Yes, yes, and yes. This is what I've been dreaming of for years too. Keep an eye on Subform and Prism. They are probably closest to what you're looking for right now.

    4 points
    • Tony GinesTony Gines, almost 2 years ago

      Subform is looking mighty fine. Kind of a bummer that I have to pay at least $25 to kick the tires on a tool. I'm all for supporting development early, but that seems a little iffy.

      1 point
      • Andrew Washuta, almost 2 years ago

        I've been following Subform since the Kickstarter (I was also a backer), and trust me, they're on the right path. They're still in development, and it's just two guys working on it, day in and out, but it's worth the investment if you're interested in getting in early.

        2 points
        • C W, almost 2 years ago

          I'm guessing the state of Subform is still very much a beta that only two guys are working on? Aka not using it for production work, but it's fun to play with?

          0 points
        • David ThornDavid Thorn, almost 2 years ago

          I ran into bugs the first time I opened it, then tried to just do a lightweight mockup similar to my normal daily work, and it was a headache. Granted it was my first time, but it's been almost 6 months and I foresee maybe re-engaging in another year or so.

          1 point
    • Fredo Tan, almost 2 years ago

      Have a look at ProtoPie. It can do what you have been dreaming of.

      0 points