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  • Tyson KingsburyTyson Kingsbury, almost 2 years ago

    also, an export command or feature that could export your components as 'react' or 'angular' etc... that sort of thing would be fantastic too...to assist with Developer handoff

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    • Dakoda Johnson, over 1 year ago

      Thanks for the comment @Tyson! I agree it would be awesome if there was some native support to help with developer handoff. I once heard the CEO of Webflow say something like, "Designers should have control over the final interface that is displayed in production", I think that would get us one step closer to that reality!

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      • Tyson KingsburyTyson Kingsbury, over 1 year ago

        absolutely :) I feel like we're SO close to that with Figma. the ability to click on a component and see the proper code etc. I'd just like to see it extended a bit.... like (for example) we do a TON of 'Liferay' work at our company. I've got the full set of Liferay components set up in Figma..so it'd be great if there was a way to export 'my' version, say if I'd rejigged it a bit... done it in different colours, or reworked the buttons or whatever.... and then export 'that' in a file that was acceptable to our Dev team...

        there's an online app where you can redesign or set up a Liferay theme, but I'd LOVE to see something like that inside of Figma itself..or a proper way to allow plugin support, where someone could rig it up and share it with the rest of the Figma community...

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  • Tyson KingsburyTyson Kingsbury, almost 2 years ago

    much in the same way that Indesign can 'batch collect' all your elements, it'd be neat of Figma could do something similar with your components, collecting them all and grouping them etc (pardon me if that's already a thing, and I just haven't figured it out yet lol)

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  • Tyson KingsburyTyson Kingsbury, almost 2 years ago

    this is goddamn genius :)

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  • , almost 2 years ago

    This video chat feature would capitalize on Figma's already strong collaboration feature set.

    Allowing people to chat in real time while discussing designs would further increase the collaborative nature of the platform.

    Let me know what feature you think design tools are missing in the comments! :)

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