What you will learn
The goal of this course is to go beyond the basics of Framer. If you have tried to prototype a concept before, you might already know that often modifying code from the documentation is going to throw you some error. This happens mostly because we either write conflicting logic that we don't notice or we use a wrong syntax which we are unsure of it being an object or an array.
In this course, we will drill down to clarity in concepts. By learning through multiple prototypes we will make sure we get exposed to all possible errors and reasoning on why we approach a problem a particular way. This learning is going to help you write your own logic by avoiding errors well and early.
Coding is fun but it can get really annoying when you get stuck at something for hours. Sometimes we need to know how our code is being executed in the background to really understand what's going on. By the end of this course, you will be comfortable building anything possible on your browser with Framer.
Who is this for
This course is made for beginners who come from no programming background. Each line of code is explained for beginners in the initial courses and as we progress we'll start seeing more advanced concepts. Each course has a "Where to go next" section that points to the next course you can take up and understand clearly.
But that said, you can feel free to break from this path once you get comfortable and pick up any prototype that either interests you or is relevant to what you are trying to build. The videos are structured in parts so you can learn at your own pace.
For advanced users reading this, you are welcome to come take a look at the source code and suggest any improvements or better practices. Just write to me at email@example.com and I can add you as a collaborator to the repository.
Hey there! I'm Aswin and I'm a designer and developer from India. I've worked with some of the popular known startups here like Housing.com and Zeta. I've designed products used by a few hundred thousand users during this time. Since January 2018 I've been building and teaching Framer to other designers and helping startups understand how Framer can help in their workflow. You can follow me on twitter at @aswinckr.
Frequently Asked Questions
- FramerX is a completely new tool
- FramerX will eventually replace Framer.
- FramerX will not have coffeescript anymore
- FramerX will eventually replace Framer. Which means, Framer is here for a while at least. Also, the programming fundamentals you learn here, are going to be the same if you switch over to ES6. Just React is going to be an addition, but trust me, its really simple! I'll make a course on this too :)
So I say go ahead and learn Framer. I'll assure you switching over is going to be easy as a breeze and I'm going to stick around to help you with that.