Hey, I don't understand is the framer js could substitute products like axure or it's only for prototyping effects and animations?
framerjs is a js framework which allow you to create interaction animation and interface animations on a code level, thus being easier to adopt in final product than like say a quartz animation or those silly over the top AFX animations that are far from being able to be implemented because the designer is not aware of the limits of code.
framer studio is an editor that allows a smooth sketch/PS+framerjs workflow on MAC.
It has little to do with what axure, balsamiq and other wireframing tools are made for. It is not made for wireframing.
You may be able to create a rudimentary task-flow with framer as well, yet it takes way more time than using something like inVision.
How about linking several files together (onClick) to create a flow? Is that possible?
Hey Niels Groen - sure thing, you can use the PageComponent to easily piece together multiple pages/imported designs. You can learn more about it here: http://framerjs.com/learn/basics/pages/ or see these examples to get a good impression of what it can do: http://framerjs.com/examples/preview/#medium-app.framer & http://share.framerjs.com/x0li6cnk4pc4/
I think what Paul was also asking is like Axure linking a complete app together. perhaps 40 pages or more? Having them all in one js file is going to be a mess real soon I'm afraid
You better use Marvel app for thar !
Moaaz Sidat nice, looking forward to your progress. Hugo des Gayets that's exactly my point, I don't want to use several different apps :) I use marvel a lot and it's cool, but it lacks ... animation. One tool to rule them all. seems impossible :)
Gotta get your hands dirty ;) that's a way to learn !
I'd say apps like Flinto and InVision are optimized for the biggest vertical in prototyping (communicating flows). Apps like Origami, Pixate and Framer are so flexible that you can definitely do flows too, it's just not optimized (yet).
A great first step would be a simple UINavigationController port to Framer where you can just add layers and link them together.
that sounds like a plan ! so flinto etc for the big picture, framer for smaller flows (single paths) and all animation therein
Koen Bok working on that (UINavigationController port) right now (y)