6 comments

  • Pierre de MillyPierre de Milly, 6 years ago

    Framerjs is awesome!

    7 points
  • Cecil Lancaster, 6 years ago

    How is framer for desktop websites? A lot of focus is on mobile but I work on desktop sites and web apps, specifically dashboards and such.

    2 points
    • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, 6 years ago

      It works just as well for desktop sites, and web apps for prototyping. Just remember that it's for prototyping, and not for final output.

      5 points
      • Cecil Lancaster, 6 years ago

        Is there any way to use the javascript code for production use/final output? Even any small part of it?

        I ask because I brought up Framer to the higher ups and they seem interested but thought that being able to reuse the code would be even better so that it could take care of some front-end work.

        1 point
        • Weston Thayer, 6 years ago

          Possible? Yes. Wise? Almost certainly not.

          2 points
          • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, 6 years ago

            You could definitely work out distances, timing, angles and other property transition values. While the actual Framer code may not be good for production use, the values could be, saving lots of time building production code.

            5 points