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Thomas Law
Posted Jan 10 - Read on Facebook

Can I export .framer file into GIFs or HTMLs?

9 Comments

Chris Tate

Nicolas Elizaga I should be able to take the exported html/js and use that within a standard page, right? I want to create some simple, scalable, animations and include them in a page

Nicolas Elizaga

Chris Tate Totes! You can embed a Framer project via an iframe, whether it's a shared link or the exported html/js.

Cyrus Cheng

i want to know too...

Arron J Hunt

What do you mean by exporting to HTMLs...?

Arron J Hunt

You can use Quicktime to record your screen as you interact with the prototype. You can then convert that .MOV to a GIF

Jesper Wøldiche

The projectname.framer is just a regular folder containing your project files - HTML, Java/Coffeescript, images etc.

You can view your project by just opening the index.html in Chrome or Safari.

Thomas Law

Arron J Hunt I mean, to save it as a web file, so I can preview the prototype anywhere without Internet connection or Framer Studio. Still, Quicktime is a good way, thanks, dude.

Ken Yiu

You can follow the instructions by Koen Bok to change the local file restriction or use localhost web server for offline prototyping
https://github.com/koenbok/Framer/wiki/LocalLoading

Thomas Law

Ken Yiu Looks a little complicated, but thank you very much. I will look into it. XD

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