Anyone know the best tutorials out there? I have checked the framerjs resources section. Wondering if there is anything else out there
I found this video useful in the beginning.
http://framerco.de/, curated by our very own Jordan Robert Dobson, is pretty sweet as well ... but it's mostly about modules and solving very particular problems.
I think your best bet is to look at all the prototype posted here - you'll learn a lot just by reading other people's code. Might be a bit tedious at first but I'll promise you: It will pay off! :)
Kate just uploaded a few good ones from a London meetup.
I'm doing this, pretty good: http://startprototyping.usefedora.com/courses/framerjs-innovative-prototyping-and-design-with-interaction
There is a free skillshare class that's pretty good- http://skl.sh/1OrvwO8
I tend to recommend Jay Stakelon's tutorials to beginners. They've helped a lot of people get started with Framer.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNZBcCfawII
I went through this course. It was super helpful.https://www.udemy.com/framerjs-prototyping-design-interaction-animation/#/
I found this eBook really useful and always recommend it to people new to Framer. It's well worth $12.https://coffeescript-for-framerjs.com