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Framer Library

Framer Library is an open source JavaScript framework for high fidelity prototyping. Use it to design animations and interactions without any limitations. Make use of real spring physics or animate with 3D effects, anything is possible.

Example

There are 2 ways to use Framer Library. To get most out of Library download Framer; a design tool for the Mac. The other way you can leverage Framer Library is with generator; an app that imports your layers from Sketch, Photoshop and Figma. The following features are included with each option.

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Framer

Framer is a design tool for the Mac which allows you to design without limitations. It is based on Framer Library and offers the familiarity of visual editing with the flexibility of code. A seamless workflow, further complemented by device previewing, version control and easy sharing.

Find out more

Framer for Mac

Set up Framer Library

  • Download (Framer.js & Framer Generator)
  • Open index.html in a WebKit browser and you'll see an image animate on click
  • Edit the app.js to add interactions and animations (see example code below)

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Get Started

Learn with our beginner guides that give you a basic overview of Framer Library and a few simple pointers on how to set yourself up for success.

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Contribute

Building
  • Download or fork the repository
  • Make sure you have the latest version of node and npm installed
  • Run make dist to build the latest version
  • Run make to rebuild the latest version on changes
Testing
  • Run make test to run the unit tests in phantomjs
  • Run make to retest the latest version on changes
Reporting Issues
  • Please use the issue tracker
  • Try to include an example and clearly describe expected behaviour

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