The Pursuit of The (Near) Perfect Prototyping Tool

I’m still not satisfied with some prototyping tools that I’ve used. I wrote that Pixate Could Be The Answer to My Prayer for a (near) perfect prototyping tool, but I’m not happy with it, so the pursuit of the (near) perfect prototyping tool is still not done. Today I was playing around with Framer.js. I need to use CoffeeScript to code the interaction, but so far it looks good. See the drag-and-drop that I created on codepen: Drag and Drop, Framer.js + CoffeeScript. If you’re not used to code, I’d say CoffeeScript is relatively easy to learn. If you’re used to Javascript, it’s even easier to use CoffeeScript. For me, I think it’s worth the effort to learn Javascript and CoffeeScript, it opens a lot of possibilities, and for me, it’s quite addictive to keep experimenting with interaction design.

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