Hey everyone. We couldn't be more excited to share our latest update: scroll and page components. Scrolling is a huge part of building great prototypes and as of now you can build everything you'd like.
The new scroll and page components are completely written in Framer with custom physics, based on an entirely rewritten layer.draggable. For examples and full documentation see our blog post.
Huge thanks to Devin Abbott for the initial work on this, and we can't wait to see what you guys make with it.
Also, how do you guys like the new blog Benjamin made?
Oh. My. God.
And some clickable examples:http://framerjs.com/examples/preview/#medium-app.framer/http://framerjs.com/examples/preview/#sticky-headers.framer/http://framerjs.com/examples/preview/#twitter-feed.framer/http://framerjs.com/examples/preview/#weather-app.framer/
IT'S SO SMOOOOOVE!
best blog post yet. I like the combo of examples and tutorial and other news in the end. so exciting to see so many things going on!
Wow... excited for this update (... and happy to see that my n00b implementation of the Twitter Scroll was not that far from your PRO version :) )
extra sweet that you guys took the time to update the documentation at the same time! Is the event table up to date with events for scroll? http://framerjs.com/docs/#events.table Are there no events for the pageComponent yet?
Johannes it's there. You see an old version. Probably cache.
This is great, thanks!
this is amazing — amazing releases over the last months!
Perfect. Just in time before my Friday deadline, thanks a lot! :-)
this is so awesome! thanks for another amazing update!!
wow, this is really cool! This is all what I want! Thank you for your excellent work!
Woop woop !
Awesome stuff guys! Keep it up!
I wrote this comment so I could double like :-D
looking forward to learn more about layerAnchor :)
Robin Singh time to get Framer.
Finally! This was my #1 reason for sticking with Origami instead of switching to Framer. Thank you
Devin Abbott, I feel proud of your contribution!