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Introducing Pixate Actions

over 5 years ago from , Senior Designer at Google

Hey DN, today we're releasing the beta of a powerful new feature for Pixate: Actions. Think of Actions as a way of automating and extending Pixate—kind of like plugins for Sketch. You can read more on our blog:

http://blog.pixate.com/post/111581211748/pixate-actions

We're really excited to see what the community comes up with, and as always we'd love to hear your feedback.

11 comments

  • Patrick WongPatrick Wong, over 5 years ago

    This is awesome news! Keep it coming! :)

    3 points
  • Bilal MohammedBilal Mohammed, over 5 years ago

    Good God, you guys are awesome. Pixate has become THE tool for me to do interactive prototypes. And Actions, 'd be an awesome add!

    I want to man-kiss all your foreheads. (I'm serious)

    2 points
  • Asher SimondsAsher Simonds, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    motherofgod

    2 points
  • Eduardo Ramirez HolguinEduardo Ramirez Holguin, over 5 years ago

    Really hope one of the first things someone makes is "Copy an action". I really really need this.

    1 point
    • Andrew HoltAndrew Holt, over 5 years ago

      That's definitely one of the use cases we have in mind when we started working on actions. ;) We're going to add support for selecting animations very soon, which will make this kind of action (plus reversing a given behavior, etc.) possible.

      1 point
  • Braden HammBraden Hamm, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    YES!

    One of the great things about Framer is the community sharing.

    This gives you a much stronger leg to stand on.

    1 point
  • Kurt MadsenKurt Madsen, 5 years ago

    Will you all be updating this anytime soon?

    0 points
  • Bryan Maniotakis, over 5 years ago

    This is going to save so much time, thanks a ton!

    0 points
  • Cihad TurhanCihad Turhan, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    That's really great news. Just looking at your documentation I can say that you made a huge improvement.

    The fetchJSON method is what I'm looking for. In my next project, I can present a prototype with real data. Awesome.

    Edit: After just digging I realized that there is no "close editor" button anywhere. Once you open it, it stays open. It would be nice add a button. I end up with refreshing the page to close :(

    Screenshot

    Screenshot

    Edit #2: Here is a dirty hack to fix this

    .actionEditor-headerControls { width: 290px; padding: 0 10px 0 10px; }
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