Looks very cool! The voiceover said this was "responsive" design though, which it doesn't appear to be - it's certainly fluid which is nice, but it's no more responsive design than Sketch or Figma is capable of it seems.
Still very excited to try it out!
my thoughts exactly. sketch has auto-layout plugin that does the "adaptive" portion of this video.
is the plugin word the new dongle word?
Anyone actually gotten an invite yet? First impressions?
I see lots of people on Twitter posting pics of their beta invites. Sounds like they're loving it!
I was #143 last time an email was sent out and I still have received an invite.
Hey, designers! We’re excited to let you know that our Beta rollout officially starts today! We’ll be sending invites out in batches so please be patient if you don’t receive yours right away.
In the meantime, check out our new Layout page to learn all about powerful features like adaptive layouts, automatic nesting, and flexible stacks. With Framer X, UI design never felt so simple. Learn more — https://bit.ly/2KcIzqU
Looking forward to trying it out! Out of curiosity, how large are the beta waves?
Do you have a video outlining the interaction improvements in X? (Similar to a video like this?). I'm very stoked to possibly kill Principle/Flinto from my workflow. :)
Looks great, wish it was multiplatform
Stacks are looking magical! Love the drag & drop to rearrange elements.
Reminds me of these Stacks
interesting. they didn't even change the name of the feature.
Wowza! This looks impressive!
Curious: is the new stacks component a mix of Flexbox and Grid? Will grid be fully supported in the future?
At first sight it looks very intuitive, love the drag and drop. Im going to give it a try.
does FramerX support element states as hover and pressed? That would be soooo important for me.
Framer already does this with state changes. So, yes.
refreshes inbox over and over