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They already have UI-based solution for states. You just set up some Property Controls and you can toggle whatever you want. Read more about that here: https://framer.com/docs/components#code
I'm sorry Adobe you have lost me to Framer X. Send me an email when you introduce some coding into your tool.
Ok, I hereby withdraw my previous comment. Just got an invite, been playing with Framer X all morning and I am amazed at how good it is. Truly and honestly amazed, as soon as we get this in a stable build I am absolutely switching to Framer X as my main design tool.
Very much agree. Let's not make a Google Wave out of this. I haven't even signed up for a beta invite since I know I'm not going to get one anytime soon.
Hire a designer?
I dont even understand if they are selling something. Is this some political movement or a Windows Surface app or an iPad cover / keyboard?
Wow very impressive! It feels incredibly native but after reading through your site I saw you were proponents of React so it got me thinking :) Very nice work! Looking forward to those technical posts, I thought especially PhoneGap was dead in the water but apparently not! :)
Is this React Native?
Very well put Mike. Echoes my feelings exactly. When I first heard about Designernews I always had hopes of a thriving community of discussions and dialogue around design. Principles, methods, problems, systems tips and tricks - knowledge sharing basically. But I always felt from the start that Designernews has always largely been ruled by very junior designers posting portfolio links, no depth all fluff. I'm 32 myself and I've always wanted a place to share experiences, even work in progress and have fruitful critical / non-critical discussion about my work, but to me Designernews just isn't that. I echo the comment about Hackernews being much more active and somehow more grown up and reflected. I for one really feel that what Designernews is now really doesn't benefit the design community as a whole, especially when you compare it to the discussions happening on Hackernews, as it sort of reaffirms this superficial impression that people can have about design as a practice. I would absolutely love to log onto Designernews one day and see a big emphasised post / thread discussing in detail (or even semi-detail) why someone has made this or that choice.
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