You go from design to React prototypes without ever leaving Sketch
A great way to get started learning our framework is to use it for what we call Quick Responsive Prototyping
Design and style your own prototype React components like text, buttons, form fields, navigation
React Vanilla or our version? The choice is yours…
There is no more visual way of learning how to code for React than this.
Since we run Bootstrap 4 in the background you can design and export real code grids to your developers
Add custom made CSS animations, overrides and effects as easy as 1-2-3
Since you're working with real code you get real code constraints, which is a great thing.
Pump out Bootstrap 4 powered websites for free like there's no tomorrow. Connect external CMS for even more awesomeness.
Frankly we're stunned about how well this is being received. You guys rock! 💎💜🔫
Yep. I see 5 contenders working on a design/code solution. @framer , @interplayapp, @Modulz, @appsupernove, @meetalva and @Sketch2R . Of all these, @Sketch2R is doing the best job of educating designers on how to use their solution. Keep those short & concise videos coming.— Adam Yale (@ayale99) March 14, 2019
Hey party people. It is day 65 and 67 of #100DaysOfCode and been experimenting with @Sketch2R and super cool! It's a process and man is it exciting to see it work. Been watching these guys for over a year and finally couldn't wait to test out their work. #React pic.twitter.com/sqK1IlD9k7— Myles Banner (@myles_banner) February 15, 2019
🔥 FUTURE OF DESIGN 🔥 - Designer shouldn't learn code but understand the logic behind it. See for example how sketch2react can be a game changer. Build responsive react platforms directly from sketch ⚡️👊— Raphaël Lorand 👀 (@raphael_lorand) June 18, 2018