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The next update of Marcode app will blow your 🧦off

Goodbye socks…

You know, I’ll just show you first, then talk later.

Feast your tired designer eyes on these vids, my friends, they are really short and totally worth your one or two minutes of your lifetime.

Pinkie promise. 😸🤌

This is a cute 3D hamburger dude from the Spline lib
This is a hipster dude from same lib and tool

That woke you up, didn’t it? Well, let’s watch some more, then I’ll explain what’s going on here.

I love this, can’t get enough of it actually. Chu chu 🚂

Introducing embed anything, really

This new component, called {embed-fluid} contains so much power and possibilities, it will be up to your creative mind to push it to the limits.

I have been playing around with it for a day and successfully managed to embed:

This one was a little bit tricky, but hey we love us a challenge, right?

Top of my mind, what also would be cool to embed:

  • Interactive maps from Google Maps or anywhere else
  • Whole sections of websites that you want to add, for some unknown reason

Summa summarum as we say in Sweden, {embed-fluid} kicks ass and will enhance going from Sketch app or Icons8 Lunacy out to a real code prototype for iOS & Android.

Heck, you can build real apps with it!

As always, this update is 100% free if you have already purchased Marcode app from our marketplace.

Update should be out beginning of next week, you will not miss it, we’ll make sure of that.

Now, I really need a new pair of socks, see yah!

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Juan Maguid

Juan Maguid

Co-founder of Team Sketch2React. Designer that wants to make your maker lives easier😺👍

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