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Uzhhorod, Ukraine Designer & Developer Joined over 3 years ago
Got an invite, yay! No Windows version, nay :(
As usual, will be happy to answer any questions!
Hey! Just wanted to share what we were working on the last few months. Our latest addition to FontBase is Collect. With Collect, you can activate any Google fonts in just a single click. As simply as using and activating a local font.
And the second thing that we added is the much requested grouping by font family. So now when clicking on a family, a Specimen page will open, showing all the styles from the selected family.
Looking forward for any feedback and comments that you have!
Psssst. And also, just for DN a coupon code for one free month of FontBase Awesome: FBLOVEDN
I think I got what you mean. But it would probably still need some "states" of the app/website, that would represent different screens, and this will be like artboards in some way, anyway.
I don't know. What's the solution here, you think? Creating a tool that lets you output fully functional frontend logic without the need to code? If, in theory, that would be possible, it would still be only frontend, without backend. And create a tool that lets you do both? Probably not possible. And even if possible, every design/client/solution probably needs a different technological base (e.g. one use C#, the others use Node.js) so connecting that to the design in a single tool would be probably impossible too.
So this leads us back to the possibility of a tool, that would let us to create fully responsive (real) frontend part of the app/website. But again, it would not be functional: no data would be transferred from the databases, no real login, no nothing. So if you think about it, you would still just have components and theirs states with animations. And this is pretty close to what we have now.
January 2018 can't come soon enough.
Why do you think so? I'm quite sure it's the opposite.
Still working on FontBase :)
Any possibility that we might see updates coming out faster?
Well, it should. There is a small bug, though. So it does not work for everyone. We are going to fix that pretty soon.
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