Haiku is now Animator(haikuforteams.com)

1 year ago from Zack Brown, Product designer & co-founder @ Haiku

  • Zack Brown, 1 year ago

    Hey DN! A year ago, our team released Haiku for Mac in beta. At the time, we wanted Haiku to be a bit of everything — animation tool, UI builder, "the missing link between design and code."

    Through a year of user feedback and steady improvements, we've discovered that what users loved most about Haiku was its animation capabilities. It turns out "visual animations that ship to production" were a big unmet need!

    So Haiku is now Haiku Animator. Animate your Figma, Sketch, or Illustrator files with our powerful timeline. Add your animations to any iOS, Android, React, Angular, or Vue app. Stay connected between motion design & code like never before with our version-controlled Publish workflow.

    Animator represents a year of dedication and progress from our team — anyone who checked it out before, we invite you to check it out again. And new users, welcome! We hope you love using Haiku Animator to create cross-platform UI animations.

    Read more on our blog: https://www.haikuforteams.com/blog/haiku-is-now-animator

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    • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, 1 year ago

      Any way to export vanilla CSS/JS/SVG animation code?

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      • Zack Brown, 1 year ago

        Yes — there's a vanilla CSS/JS/SVG option if you aren't using React/Vue/Angular. Check out the "HTML embed" instructions from any published project.

        Note that we CDN the vanilla files for you by default (for convenience,) but you can download those files from the CDN and deploy/manage them yourself if you prefer.

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