Framer X is a brand new app that’s about to be released and this quick demo reel takes us on a tour through some of the changes to the previous app—it all looks super exciting.

As a designer, I’m most interested in the prototyping tools and being able to quickly explore complex scene transitions between one state and another. But as a developer, I’m interested in how it all ties into React. The website describes it like so:

Use actual React in your projects to create interactive components from scratch. Want more control? Create custom UI in the properties panel for your components.

I can imagine a wonderful near-future where it’s possible to tie Framer X into a design system so that folks on a team can use all the real life React components without having to worry if they’re up-to-date or not.

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