Just add the capability of writing production code in Framer (ES6?), and I swear to Peter Saville that I'll go through the whole world wide web convincing designers to turn away from their evil ways and convert to Framer.
I read that in the deepest, most devil-like voice you could ever imagine.
... in fact, did you edit your post? Could've sworn it ended with "Mwuhahahahaha!".
Sounds like a plan. :-)
Does this mean complete abandonment of CoffeeScript? It took me a long time to learn CoffeeScript as a nontechnical person. Coding hurts my brain. I'm not against life-long learning, but a switch to ES6 would be a giant kick in the nuts.
Hiya DN! Today, we’re super excited to introduce Framer Effects. Blending modes, layer blur, multiple shadows, photo filters and more. Now you can design any interface element, make detailed shadows, and more—all in Framer. And because we believe design tools should enable you to express static and interactive ideas, you’ll also be able to animate your designs with a bit of code. We really hope you’ll like it.
You have the coolest videos.
YOUR STUFF ALWAYS LOOKS SO DELICIOUS
Haha thanks man. Yours too!
This is awesome, but i still can't draw a simple vector triangle.
Since Framer is being used now as a design and interaction tool, we need specs for development. Otherwise we still need a sketch file anyway, and in that case importing from Sketch would be faster.