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Maybe the inspection feature first. The developer can get the animation parameters and translate them into the code by themselves.
Upvote this! ProtoPie should be able to spec animations for developers. It doesn't need to be a full dev handoff imo. I like ProtoPie because it's so specialized. Dev hand-off on animations is the follow-through on that specialization.
Yep, very important. I say whoever can deliver all the important features that UX/UI designer needs in one (or in conjunction with only one another program), they win the market.
There is always "this cool softwae that does this well, but cannot do that and that so I need to find another and another and another program that does it" but its not compatible with this or that etc... it's a designer's nightmare.
Simply need 1)wireframe/design part 2) protyping+preview and share 3) hand off to devs
I've been trying to find the ideal software for our team for half a year and recently found Protopie and suddendly became my favorite. I am thinking of converting us to this tool. Hopefully you guys can figure out all that's important. Using 3+ different softwares for one job is just unsustainable, seems like you can make a difference.
Fantastic that you made it so people can integrate designs from sketch, xd and figma, all major platforms for design. This can really help a lot of people with their work and cross compatibility with other teams and companies, regardless of OS they are using. Great job!!!!!
My developers colleagues are waiting for this feature to start using Protopie as our default prototyping/animation tool. Looking forward to this feature.
Exporting code that developers can use for handoff purposes.
This would be incredible.
Yep, just inspection would be fine for now. Inspect css, inspect animations, and maybe in the future the option to export ready-to-use code snippets.
this thing is crucial for working with developers, and for popularising the tool even more. Handoff make the difference
@Svemir Lazarevic: I agree, not to mention that this is where the design culture is going. I mean it's pretty much there already, but in near future it will become hopefully standard, that designers will be working even more closely together with developers and thus this feature is crucial. The more these two groups can cooperate in harmony, the better for product design as a whole.
Having an "Inspect" mode that simply allows viewers to view the trigger panel along with timing and easing in the Protopie web player would be perfect.
Ideally/phase 2, it would be nice to allow the viewers to filter the trigger panel by clicking on elements in the pie. Also highlighting the elements within the prototype as you click on responses and triggers. Very much like what currently happens today in the software, but just read-only in the web player.