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Irwansyah
Posted Oct 22 - Read on Facebook

I just made my own version of Framer Studio :D

9 Comments

Joel Leví Hernández

Cool !

Rich Zarick

Awesome work, do you have any further goals for it?

Irwansyah

Yeah, one of it is to be able to use Framer to develop apps.

Rich Zarick

Haha wow, sounds like you're pretty dedicated to Framer if that's what you're after. I was asking out of curiosity as I know there's a small handful of framerfolk out there who have expressed interest in a multi-document interface.

Irwansyah

Not really Framer actually but I've ported Framer to Famous in the hope I can have better performance for apps. Btw, may I know what you mean by multidocument?

Rich Zarick

Sick, you should write up something about what you've done/what you're doing so the rest of us can geek out on it! An MDI is basically any app UI that lets you switch between documents without leaving it. Think browser tabs, or something like Brackets where you're switching between files without opening a new window for it.

Irwansyah

oh yeah, honestly I think about that too and havent decide should I follow Framer Studio way or just following standard code editor way. Maybe you guys here can give me feedback. The benefit of Framer Studio way is simplicity.

Joel Leví Hernández

Irwan take a look at this! http://lab.ionic.io/ Thats made with Ionic built on electron, meaning full cross platform support, something like that but with Framer API and Famous engine would be a KILLER !

Irwansyah

Thanks for the feedback Joel Leví Hernández but I am not sure how fast I can develop that because I only have time on weekend.

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