A new design tool for animated and interactive user interfaces. Haiku aims to connect design and implementation by generating native code that automatically updates in your apps as you design. It starts with designs imported from Sketch which you can then add animations to using the Haiku Mac app. You can then export your designs in native code using the Lottie framework on iOS and Android and React on the web. Once implemented you can use the Haiku command line tool to keep your app in sync while making changes to your designs in realtime.
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