We've completely revamped the Learn and Documentation pages.
The learn page has a lot of new content, examples, videos and illustrations to explain Framer in much more detail. The documentation has been overhauled as well, and now covers all of Framer.
A great time to start learning Framer. Check it out!
Big shout-out to Benjamin for making these sections awesome!
Hey guys, the docs now have examples for _every_ property. I'm not kidding. I also tried to add things that came up in the group often.
Some examples:Animation Loop: http://framerjs.com/docs/#animation.reverseDevice: http://framerjs.com/docs/#deviceAnimation Options: http://framerjs.com/docs/#animation.animation
I have to say, as an engineer, it fills me with great pleasure to see you guys take so much care in creating the prettiest documentation I've seen in a while. Please let me know where I can purchase my very own Sofa team(tm) to do this for our docs ;-)
Cool! Thanks! :)
wow, you guys seriously outdid yourselves on this. please take some time off to relax!
Wow! SO much better!
This is such a massive improvement. Thanks guys!
Really cool! Real quick, it looks like the link with the text "comparators" in the scrolling section is linked to a "localhost" URL instead of the final url
This is great!
Very nice lads!
What an improvement! Nice work :)
Some smaller bits are missing though. Maybe you could, for example, add an explanation (and/or a live demo) on the three spring-values in the future?
Very cool, will check it out over the weekend.
these docs make me so very happy.
Lets do it? Wesley Fagan
Love the new docs, thanks guys!
So nice. Thanks! And I love the DragStart/End graphic :)
Good stealing is good ;-)