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Koen Bok
Posted Dec 12 - Read on Facebook

Hey Frameristas! We’re really excited to announce the launch of Framer Flows in v76, a super simple way to design an app from start to finish. This is something a lot of you requested, and really rounds Framer out as a full-service prototyping tool.

Framer Flows is built on the FlowComponent, which makes it quick and easy to link screens together into a non-linear flow. It’s app design made simple. Read the blog to find out how it works — https://goo.gl/EcJ2v6

33 Comments

Ciaran Madigan

Fantastic! If you give us a textLayer soon you can retire knowing that you've made the world a better place

Agisilaos Tsaraboulidis

Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes 😍🤓

Leon Kosters

Like the way you guys shipping really nice updates in such a short period of time! 👏🏼

Victor Nogueira

This is amazing! Just in time for a prototype I'm working on. You guys rock!

Markus Ölhafen

Nice update! Something I needed just for todays prototype!

I think I found a bug in your "Next & Previous" Example.. When clicking on layer B to get to layer A, layer A becomes draggable and can be dragged out of the Screen

Mitchell Bernstein

You guys are totally killing it. This fantastic!

Gracjan Złotucha

The support of this app it's too awesome, guys! U updating so frequent, keep going, good job!

Isaac Weinhausen

Very nice! Proud to say that i saw Chris Camargo demo his version of this a year ago at one of our first Framer Seattle meetups. Way to represent!

Ross Fenrick

Oh this is going to be awesome for web prototypes

Chris Camargo

Wooohooo!

Jordan Robert Dobson

Great work! Keep it up... this is amazing.

Akash Soti

Love it guys!

James Muirhead

Homerun!

Juan J. Ramirez

Amazing!!

Ben Rodenhäuser

Looks awesoem

Ben Rodenhäuser

... awesome, even

James Caruso

This is why I love Framer. You guys are killing it.

Jacky Lee

Love it!

Min-Sang Choi

Killer!

Rhys Merritt

Great reason to upgrade my recently expired license!! Well done guys - this looks super awesome 👏

Kevin Cannon

Very cool!

Would love if there was a way to chunk this stuff better in the UI. Remember MovieClips in Flash? Something like that perhaps.

Or even the way Tabs were implemented in Processing.
http://imgur.com/a/BoIcC#rH9iEms

Jordan Robert Dobson

I bet that might be the plan eventually Rhys...

Adrian Forster

Continuing to nail it guys. Congrats!!

Ed Nepomuceno

This is sooo helpful! I tried to add "flow = new FlowComponent" to an existing project but I kept getting can't find variable FlowComponent. I started a new project and just pasted in the code from the other project and FlowComponent worked perfectly. Thanks!

Gregory J. Orton

Did this just make the view controllers for Framer obsolete?!

Gregory J. Orton

Also, awesome! The last two or three updates are reason to buy a license alone. Can I come work for you guys? ;)

Rory Smyth

This is so useful. What's the correct way to set a custom time and easing curve for a custom animation? I've tried a few ways that don't seem to work.

Emmanuel Henri

This is simply amazing! No wonder this is the best tool for prototyping.

Joy-Vincent Niemantsverdriet

Nice lighting detail on that hand btw

Dezideriu Raita-Beeckman

Hey @Koen Bok when are you intend to do for Windos?

Constantine Zuev

That's a HUGE improvement. Thanks a lot!
But there is one issue I stumbled upon while trying out FlowController. Is a prototype limited to only one of them? Whenever I try to add another Flow it either do not work or stops prototype working altogether.

Chad Smith

Hey guys, I've been having a lot of fun with the flow component, but I can't get the .showOverlayCenter() function's 'modal' argument to work. This means I can't have the modal disappear when clicked. Can you help me out? Here's the example, ripped straight from the documentation: http://share.framerjs.com/p331h1fl4979/

Dezideriu Raita-Beeckman

Guys you are not serious when for Windows?

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