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Unn Swanström
Posted Mar 11 - Read on Facebook

Since the update I'm having trouble with the offline screen mirroring mode. Is anyone else experiencing the same issues? When I add /offline.html I just get a 404 error message.

8 Comments

Unn Swanström

Koen Bok

Yes, we took out the offline.html by default because it wasn't working for many people. We're working on a better way for offline prototypes.

Unn Swanström

Damn. Is there anyway I could undo the update? A weeks work just became useless.

Koen Bok

Sure, you can always download older versions here: http://studio.update.framerjs.com/archive/

Unn Swanström

Thank you Koen Bok! Look forward to trying the new offline mode when it's done! :)

Svet Denkov

Unn Swanström, what was your workflow for putting the prototype offline (on device or not)? I am curious to hear how other people are doing this. Cheers!

Unn Swanström

Sure Svet Denkov.
I copied the mirroring link, sent it to myself in a fb-mesage, opened it on my phone (Android this time), then copied the link again from Chrome to the Framer browser app, then I tried adding /offline.html at the end of the adress (which used to work).

Svet Denkov

That's an interesting approach. Didn't know offline.html did that: it seems that it caches the prototype locally (manifest method?). I was under the wrong impression that it was used to specify how the proto renders when all of its assets are copied (entire .framer folder) to a device: assume a use case where device has no wifi or wireless connectivity e.g., via ProtoSee on iOS or memory card on Android.

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