Introducing Lightwell…and the Future of Interactive App Creation
Suzanne Xie
1996

I'm very impressed. You guys should work together with Naver or Line to bring this technology to their webtoons creators. It would add a whole new level of experience to their offerings. Korean webtoons are extremely popular with millions of readers around the world. You could disrupt the whole industry. Of course, you might have a different agenda but this was the first thing that came in my mind.

Here are links to their apps on play store, just in case you're not familiar with them.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nhn.android.webtoon&hl=en

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.naver.linewebtoon&hl=en

Also, as a UI/UX designer I see a use case for generating stunning UI interactions within apps. Similarly to how Principle for Mac allows designers to prototype interactions, you could potentially not just do that but allow to export code right into the Xcode project of the back of it. That would be a revolution.

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