• louie solomonlouie solomon, 3 years ago

    I think the idea is that the code that you prototype inside of Framer is production-ready, built using react native components.

    That's why there are already perfectly working Twitch, YouTube, Twitter etc. code components in the Framer component store; they are basically interchangeable.

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    • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 3 years ago

      Really? That would be really cool, do they have any articles on this?

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      • Xaris Rattas, 3 years ago

        Indeed, they seem to focus on React native components, but for now the whole thing is a bit vague imho. Are those components really suitable for production work? Can they be used by the dev teams, or should they be coded again - so there will be no real gain? I'm not really in React yet, but from some talks with our devs, they don't get how a design tool could do that. Guess we'll have to wait and see...

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        • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 3 years ago

          I think if a design tool could output production ready react components they would have made a much bigger deal about jt. What I think the original comment is refferjng to is the fact that the animations are using react code, which is ok I guess but not everyone uses react and that is not nearly as impressive.

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