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Luke Ngakane
Posted Feb 12 - Read on Facebook

Thanks for accepting. Looking forward to seeing how Framer shapes up to Origami. Any opinions?

5 Comments

Koen Bok

I think framer vs origami is mostly a question of what you prefer as a programming model: visual (noodles and patches) or code.

Thomas Aylott

Once FlowHub.io is released I plan to hook it up to Framer. That would be the best of both worlds ;)

ShekMan Tang

One thing I found most valuable is the ability to preview and interact Framer generated prototypes directly on mobile browser.

Koen Bok

Yup, and also things like click handling and easy precise pixel positioning. But the QC guys should be able to solve that over time. What I really like about QC is the instant visual feedback and it being more "forgiving" than code.

The best thing is that we have options to prototype today. Realistically we have a while to go until there is a tool that Bret Victor would approve of :-) But I really feel that every hour people put into tools like origami, framer or any other tool gets us a little closer.

Deji Oso

After experimenting with origami, I am leaning towards framer. Using nodes is nice in the beginning but once you want to do anything complicated, things can messy pretty quickly no matter how hard you try. I think as the project matures things should get better but right now, I am preferring what I have seen of framer.

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