• Nick MNick M, 3 years ago

    I have a license and have been revisiting it every few months since the initial Alphas, but it is too development-centric to use daily IMO. I had to learn React and TypeScript in order to be able to use it effectively. When using it, I've spent more time creating components and checking functionality than I did designing. It's frustrating to build out a component to a high level of functionality to then find out it's incompatible with your own react-based applications, as well.

    I would say that if you're interested in tools like this and are building for mobile devices, your time is better spent on learning tooling like Expo. At least that way you're building something that can be shipped, vs something that will be thrown away.

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