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Athens / Vienna / London Front-end Developer & Designer Joined over 3 years ago
Haha great advertising :P
iOS supports PDF as the main vector format for icons. Android supports SVG for vector icons.
Unfortunately you can't do that for pictures, but I usually export only one big picture when I wanna use images inside the app, so every phone can use the highest resolution scaled down.
More on how iOS is using PDF. By using one PDF icon iOS is generating all the needed @2x @3x assets during app compilation, so technically you don't save a big mount of app size, but you save exporting time and the asset management becomes easier.
Some months ago, I tweeted about the same thing. Here is my export options: https://twitter.com/ckor/status/844165179755679744
Your respond to the survey was amazing. Thank all of you so much, who spent a minute from your life to help my project.
If you haven't voted yet, you still have time, until Friday evening. https://goo.gl/hLAEKL
Of course, the results AND the progress of the project.
Thank you for your help everyone.
We have collected 140 answers so far :)
I want to redefine and approach the browser from a different perspective.
With this survey, I want to see if other people face the same issues or feel the same with me.
I will share more when I have made some progress, it's still on a primal level :)
That's the point of this framework, isn't for quick and dirty projects. It's designed for proper small/large scalable applications.
I confirm :D
I'm following the same workflow but MANUALLY, wow this is a time saver. Thank you, Andrei :D
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