Be nice. Or else.
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I've also heard good things about https://typefaceapp.com/ but have never tried it myself.
No idea why you got downvoted, I am also excited to play with this.
Completely agree, and I find the way that much of "Design Twitter" and other design communities react to him to be really gross and insulting.
I always default to kindness and being polite, but can you name any famous or otherwise critic in history who was always kind and polite? Sometimes I think the design world has become overly sensitive to the wrong things. We absolutely should call out injustice, inequality, and poor behavior, but sometimes I think a little bit of friction, raised voices, and passionately disagreeing opinions that aren't overly softened by caveats can be good.
Anyone else find the actual marketing site a bit bland and underwhelming?
Really impressed how Boxy keeps on trucking even when Google decides to end Inbox or make other unexpected changes to the Google Suite. Keep up the awesome work!
Webflow can output fairly clean code if you manage your classnames well.
How does it know what source file the change should go to? Source maps?
Also if for example someone is using SASS with preset variables for margins, any changes made in this extension would not be aware of that right?
If you can render any pixel to be any value at any time — you can build any UI.
True, although when built on web technologies you have to take performance into account since I assume you don't use canvas to draw the components.
It's still amazing to me that we can have photorealistic video games running at 60fps but still struggle to move rectangles on a webpage at times.
Interesting, looks like Haiku is becoming more of an overall component builder than just an animation GUI.
It's beginning to get difficult to keep track of all the ways to visually build modern JS components!
Considering that the UI that pops up around the layers appears a bit more complex than would be needed for just adding margins, and stacks is one of the top requested features for Figma, I'm gonna guess this is more than just spacing otherwise unrelated layers.
Be nice. Or else.
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