Draw. Import. Manipulate. No need for redundant images for different screen sizes. Create assets that won’t lose quality with scaling for a fraction of the file size.
Think big by starting small. Create your smallest elements. Group them into larger ones. Nest them in other groupings. Your assets are all reusable; the templates you build with them are all highly customizable.
Edit your master elements and have your changes apply instantly to all uses within a project, or use the master element to create a unique element for a specific purpose.
Across projects or across team members
At any point in the design process, you can view the prototype or edit the UI. Review states, animations, hovers, clicks, transforms, and more in real time.
Want total control over your responsiveness? Smart divisions have you covered. Reposition or tweak your UI elements so they display precisely how you want for any device width you specify.
Let’s face it, there are some key differences in how iOS and Android apps look and operate. UI biasing allows you to account for the design conventions inherent in each and create a UI biased specifically for each platform.
Every design choice you make in PixelFree Studio adds to a tree structure of data created for your app. At any point, you can export the UI design to get the native code rendering of it instantly.
There’s no need for a frontend developer to implement your UI designs and graphics. You can export the entire design into native code all at once (developers will thank you). XML files, etc (include all relevant files that come from export).
Your designs can be exported to either iOS or Android—providing you with 100% native code for each. No more random inconsistencies in code. Everything is clean code, every time.
Frameworks inevitably come with a penalty to performance. PixelFree Studio bypasses the need for them by translating your entire UI directly into native code. This means you get complete compatibility, efficiency, and performance. As a result, a project created from PixelFree Studio can be opened in any IDE that was targeted without the need to download any libraries or even PixelFree Studio itself.
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