10 comments

  • Maciej JurczakMaciej Jurczak, over 5 years ago

    Is anyone know how to write this kind of plugin? I peeked in plugin file and there is framework file, that are probably create window and handle all the code, also small cocoascript file handling path to framework and opening plugin. What I like to know how to write a plugin ( I know about simple plugin and Sketch dev page )

    2 points
  • Jack MacFarlane, over 5 years ago

    I'm always skeptical of the code quality from these sorts of apps. Not saying it's bad, but it seems better to learn Swift yourself and write code to ensure the highest possible quality.

    Then again I am a control freak.

    2 points
    • Maciej JurczakMaciej Jurczak, over 5 years ago

      You are right but good luck writing icon code by hand... What this plugin do is converting obj-c paths with properties form app to code and that all, that why they done it. PS. PaintCode code is good quality.

      2 points
    • Jrtorrents Dorman , over 5 years ago

      I am too but when it comes to Paintcode, I think I can vouch dir it's quality.

      A couple of months back, I was working on a design for an iPad app. We wanted to create buttons (6 of them) that changes colors based on the hex code from a CMS.

      These were slightly complex buttons that couldn't be created manually in Xcode so I gave Paintcode a trial and it worked like a charm . My developer had no issues implementing it.

      Basically the code it generates it's similar to the HTML code generated by SVG.

      1 point
  • Jake FlemingJake Fleming, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    Seems useful, but a Sketch plugin that's more expensive than Sketch itself? { -_- }

    1 point