Despite the obvious appeal, I honestly still don't know if the learning curve is worth it.
On the same boat. I tried really hard to use it but still found using things like Principle much much faster to achieve the desired interaction. I will see if this new update will change that..
I fuckin love it, great update. The best about framer is that you can prototype whatever you want, however you want, and you are not limited to the built-in transitions and animations that Principle and others provide. Yes, the learning curve is a bit steep if you never coded before, but it doesn't hurt if designers can code a tiny bit. Eventually, your design will be coded anyhow...
Well I can code, but still using Framer felt a bit overkill for simple prototyping. Maybe I haven't really come across really needing it yet. Question is, would it be ok for designers who don't code to directly jump in to coffeescript to use it without digging JS/Jquery first?
Oh I thought people can reuse the code.. hm
As I understand it, no, but I've never used Framer