Hey designers! We’re excited to announce that we just added a powerful new interactive tool to the latest version of Framer X: the Page tool. The Page tool is our most flexible interactive tool to date, which means the high-fidelity prototyping possibilities are endless—add 3D transitions, velocity-based snapping, and more. Read all about it and then get the latest version of Framer X to take it for a spin.
What's the plan for developer handoff? I need a way to pass design specs to my devs. We currently use Sketch -> Zeplin -> React Native code. How can I achieve this using Framer?
I tried it, and struggle to love Framer X. Not only is handoff missing, but code moving to a pure external editor, and recommending Microsoft products to manage it, on top of really non-native performance for things like smooth scrolling and zooming was a dealbreaker.
For me, currently Framer X looks better in screenshots and in marketing than it does as a something I'd consider investing in above the likes of Sketch + The Adobe Suite.
Definitely agree that Framer X is a work in progress but honestly moving the code panel to a text editor of choice is one of the things i love most about Framer X.
Fair point. I think it's interesting for them to offshoot it to something else, but as someone who isn't wed to any particular text editor I find myself just wishing I didn't have to have two apps open where I could have one.
It's even stranger coming from a company that was using the "all-in-one" software pitch before.
Your point still remains however, I don't imaging framer being able to compete with apps like sublime text that are lighter and more extensible. But not even having the option feels like a miss.
This is awesome! Only thing preventing full adoption would be handoff. Hope its coming soon.