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Linton Ye

Founder at jimu Labs Joined about 4 years ago

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  • Posted to We just launched Luna Display - turn the iPad into a wireless second display, Oct 11, 2018

    If it's wireless, does it require wifi to work? Or does it work without network just like Duet?

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  • Posted to Views Tools, a simple way to design React interfaces is out, in reply to Dario Cravero , Sep 30, 2018

    What I'm impressed about PageDraw is actually their tight integration with dev environment, and their compiler approach to encapsulate the UI in a somewhat blackbox.

    Are you guys going similar direction or do you have a different stance?

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  • Posted to Views Tools, a simple way to design React interfaces is out, Sep 30, 2018

    Check out https://pagedraw.io/, which looks like a more comprehensive approach -- only hope their visual editor is as good as actual design tools

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  • Posted to Framer X Tips, in reply to Clarissa H. , Sep 23, 2018

    That's a great question Clarissa!

    I need to think about it and probably write a blog post. I also hope someone from the Framer team will chime in and shed some light.

    Some rough thoughts. I think the ultimate goal is "no handoff" at all. A designer would directly make changes to components that are shared between design and engineering. Any specs can be (and should be) expressed in code. And code should be the single source of truth. With Framer X, at least this is getting close in web projects based on React.

    Also, they've mentioned that everything you build in Framer X could be exported to React code. This might be useful as a developer handoff feature. Instead of handing off specs, you hand off components. Devs can take the components, either directly use them, or use the metrics inside to rebuild them. We'll see how this will evolve.

    I understand there are other projects that are not based on React, or mobile native apps etc. In those cases, I think it'd be great if Framer X allows integration with tools such as Zeplin. Again, we'll see how this will evolve!

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  • Posted to Framer X Tips, in reply to Alex Chan , Sep 23, 2018

    Awesome Alex, I've added your tweet. Thanks for the contribution!

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  • Posted to Framer X Tips, in reply to Clarissa H. , Sep 21, 2018

    cheers! Let me know what else you'd like to build!

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  • Posted to Framer X Tips, in reply to D M , Sep 21, 2018

    Hey, there is a tip for that on the page. :)

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  • Posted to Launching Framer X + React!, Sep 19, 2018

    Update: the course is now on Product Hunt: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/framer-x-react

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  • Posted to Announcing Framer X + React course, in reply to Alex Dave , Sep 15, 2018

    SSR is not even content IMHO. It's a just a way to present content (to search engines mostly).

    With that said, I think it's useful to understand what SSR is, what it does and how it is related to SEO at a high-level. But perhaps not the technical details of how to get it to work. Unless your goal is to build the whole solution yourself.

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