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You can create a new code component which will launch your code editor.
There are a lot of code features landing in Beta 2 that will feel closer to Studios usecase. Stay tuned.
In Framer X, you can use actual React components directly on the canvas. These can be production level components, or more prototype-level. This is a bit of a mind bender, instead of exporting your work, you can continue to built on work that is already there.
Hey Weston, X is powerful in different ways that I hope you’ll reevaluate. You are right, that radial gradients are not in (yet) and masking works different then you’re used to (clipping). I hope you’ll try out Stacks though, which by itself should be exiting if you do any type of layout. And try installing interactive components from the store, which speeds up prototyping dramatically.
We’re hard at work to get it to you as soon as possible.
Hey Lucian, check out the X Beta group to get a sense of what people are hacking on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/framer.x.feedback/ or view the store in X to see what components are being build.
Additionally, I really like the last 3 prototypes Jony Vino posted on his Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/johnyvino/tags/x
Depends on what you mean by advanced. In Framer X, you can render real react components directly on the canvas and modify the interface so others can easily reuse your work. We’ve added new tools to make everyday interactions simple to set up, like linking and scrolling. If you’re looking to make something completely custom, you can jump into code and write custom functions to go even further.
Sorry to hear you feel that way. We’re sending out invites pretty fast now, so you should receive yours soon. In the meantime, we wanted to highlight different features of X, to inform what is coming. There’s a few more feature highlights coming in the next weeks (components, store, react), as we keep sending invites.
As we ramp up sending out beta invites, we figured it would be nice to highlight different aspects of Framer X’s capabilities every week. There’s a few more to come, components, store and react.
Benjamin den Boer (one of our Framer designers) has a grid component working that does this, and then a lot more.
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