Be nice. Or else.
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+1 on giving Flinto and Principle a go. They’re both good for different reasons.
I don’t mind the design, but it’s about 1fps on a 2017 MacBook Pro here. I want to see the rig they tested that thing on. Was it a 28 core gaming PC with a 1080 Ti?
I don’t collaborate.
Fly home Buddy, I work alone.
I use and love Coda, but I don’t think it has multiple preview sizes at once.
I agree, but I think it would also be good if Norm got a chance to make a little bit of cash from the idea before it’s used in other places.
I can’t give you a response about Jekyll, but for Hugo, you could just run the Hugo local dev server and point Solis at that. It basically means you just need to fire up Hugo server and open Solis to see everything.
As for SCSS, I’m just using CodeKit (which is awesome) to rebuild on changes.
Disclaimer: I am very much a part time web front end dev, but I think Solis would work for me.
Not a problem! Great idea and execution. Good luck with the launch. :D
+1 on this.
I use Screenflick and Photoshop. QuickTime is good if you just want the screen and cursor. Screenflick has some great features beyond that, if you need them — showing keyboard events, more mouse cursor options, can export GIFs directly, has scaling and framerate control, and is just a very nice piece of software.
The best GIF frame delays to use in Photoshop’s frame timeline:
I’d like to do it, if we get time. We’ll see how we go. :D
Be nice. Or else.
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