Currently: YES… But not for long. We already have the ability to add key values, and we’re working on importing multiple artboards to a single animation.
Our long-term goal is to have a consistent open-source api available so that developers can easily build plugins for Flow.
Just hop on over to download.createwithflow.com to get a license and a copy of the latest public build.
Currently, Flow is available on a PWYW (pay-what-you-want) basis. We’re eager for people to use the tool, and don’t want to limit the ability of anyone to have a try.
Flow will be available as PWYW until we release V1.0, which should be sometime in 2018.
Of course! Since Flow is PWYW, you can enter $0 to get a trial license.
We had to pick a language for exporting and we chose Swift – since our specialty is iOS. However, we have full intention to expand the export functionality to Android and to Web.
We’ve put a lot of work into the import tool so far. However, we admit that there are some things that we haven’t YET solved. So, if you have some more advanced elements in your design files like:
Your sketch file might not look the same.
We are constantly working on improving the Sketch import part of Flow.
Since we’re tapping directly into Sketch files, there’s always going to be a short window of time between a new Sketch release and when we can test and fix our import tool.
After each release we will upload new versions of Flow to our servers and you should be able to automatically update to the latest version.
The Beta is currently public, and we’re aiming for V1.0 in May of 2018.