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Hello Artur, absolutely - what you create in Supernova you get in code, 1:1. There is no "prototyping" in a sense that you'd waste something - what you see is what you get in this case :) Hope it helps!
Sorry that the video did not present the information clearly. We have prepared the articles on the medium (links above) which are much clearer and the videos there show features of Supernova one by one. We'll present it better next time :)
Hello Mike, Supernova Studio aims to bridge the gap between designer/developer handoff - we have fully automated handoff of assets, specs, animations, navigation, whatever you can think of UI-wise. This means that there is no more UI coding - you just drop sketch file to Supernova, turn it into life, add sweet things you want (like animation) and hand it off to the developer.
In addition to that, we are launching Supernova Cloud, our next-generation collaboration platform that allows people to present real, working mobile applications on the web. We don't present static images, but truly working apps that are responsive, localized and more.
Thank you! We'll be happy if you join our slack community - https://api.supernova.studio/slack where we discuss all of that :) Sincerely, Jiri
Hello, it is true that the video does not show the last part - but we have prepared very extensive preview of what is Supernova capable of here - https://blog.prototypr.io/introducing-supernova-studio-35335de5044c . One of the last videos shows export to iOS, and also application running on the simulator right after the export. Here is the exported code: https://github.com/Supernova-Studio/spacebook-exported-code - and we have published the entire tutorial series that allow you to create the application yourself (it takes really just a few minutes), with the result being what you see on the videos. Hope it helps!
Absolutely. Storyboards or XIBs, with all the binding code prepared for you - for navigation, animations, properties, localizations etc.
Absolutely, if that is what community would like to have. Anything specific what you have in mind? In general currently Supernova supports keyframe, basic and spring animations of pretty much every property you can think of, plus for those really complex ones we support Lottie. Hope it helps!
Not yet no - but it is coming within 2-3 month, you'll be able to export html / react web websites from Supernova with all the features that are there.
Thank you for your feedback Roman! We wanted something impactful because it is a very different tool than principle or Flinto. The feature descriptions - one by one - are to be found in our medium articles - we covered everything with short videos and those are really clear.
But we'll keep this in mind for the next time! We, of course, want to be as clear as possible in communicating the message.
Thank you, we'll be pushing as hard as possible to deliver it to you quickly :)
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