19 comments

  • Pierre de MillyPierre de Milly, over 3 years ago

    Looks interesting!

    I have one big question though: why does he remove his glasses??

    21 points
  • Pablo StanleyPablo Stanley, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

    Looks promising! Here's the direct download link, for those not wanting to sign up to their mailing list: http://creolabs.com/creo_beta_download

    12 points
  • Abhijeet WankhadeAbhijeet Wankhade, over 3 years ago

    It comes with a manual.

    3 points
  • Luca Candela, over 3 years ago

    I helped build a very similar tool in the past (not as polished as this one) for the Sencha framework, I'm very happy to see that more of those tools are becoming available. I really feel all the pixel based tools are too limited for the needs of prototyping and designing for flexible screen sizes, and the need of designing with real data is even more pressing.

    3 points
  • Tom WoodTom Wood, over 3 years ago

    "Hey, I take off my glasses to use my tablet!"

    Brilliant.

    Sarcasm aside.. looks pretty cool.

    1 point
  • Wesley HainesWesley Haines, over 3 years ago

    I have no clue how this product will do, but wow - the quality of design tools is really starting to get better and better. Think about where we were as an industry three years ago (http://www.awwwards.com/10-cloud-based-ux-design-tools-to-try-in-2013.html)

    1 point
  • Joe Veltkamp, over 3 years ago

    Even if the code it creates is bloated I'm excited by the potential of letting designers create layouts with real data.

    1 point
  • Patrick Schubert, over 3 years ago

    Downloaded it! :) Looks awesome but was a little bit disappointed that it is solely focused on native iOS apps - expected something like Adobe Comet. So unfortunately this is not for me. but still - great job! Thanks for sharing!!

    1 point
  • Braden HammBraden Hamm, over 3 years ago

    I'm not an iOS developer, but I've started working with interface builder in Xcode and this looks like they just fleshed out more drag n' drop UI elements, so I would imagine that the code output is good.

    0 points
  • David MermsDavid Merms, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

    Playing around with it. The ability to pull in data sources reminds me of Dreamweaver when Macromedia bought it from Elemental. It used to be called Drumbeat2000. Querying Access database was not very effective after awhile. Lol.

    Pretty nice though so far.

    0 points
  • Nathaniel Malone, over 3 years ago

    Would really like to try a demo but I'm not what you'd call an "early adopter". I really hope someone tries this out & writes a review.

    0 points
  • Jonathan KelleyJonathan Kelley, over 3 years ago

    Fairly buggy, bit slow in areas. Looks promising but needs a bit of extra work and maybe a few tutorials.

    0 points
  • Brln .Brln ., over 3 years ago

    Did anyone find the app for this?

    0 points
  • Connor NorvellConnor Norvell, over 3 years ago

    Looks very interesting, Downloaded the beta. Hopefully someone who is an app developer will tell me if its good or not. But it looks good to me! like project comet, but with development abilities

    0 points