The use of JSON files when it comes to the development side of things is quite common. The issue is that Origami doesn't have a JSON layer. This video shows you how to add a JSON file directly to the Patch editor, and how to access and use the data in the
- [Instructor] In this exercise,…I want to show you an undocumented Origami Studio technique…that I first discovered in the Origami Facebook Group…and what it involves is working with a JsonFiles.…Now, it is becoming quite common…to see JsonFiles used in conjunction…with mobile development.…It should come as no surprise, therefore,…to see that Origami does have a few patches…that let you work with JsonFiles…and I'll show them to you right here.…If I double-click the Patch Editor…and type in Json, there they are.…
You can use the JSON Array, an Object,…you can set a JsonFile that's an Object…and you can even add text…or pull out text from a JsonFile,…but the thing is you can't directly work…with a JsonFile.…Well, yes, you can…and this is where this technique comes in.…So, to get yourself started what I want you…to do is to open a brand new Origami Studio document…and when it opens, I want you to open up…your Download Folder,…and inside you'll see a JsonFile.json…and what you're going to do is you're going to drag…
- Using patches
- Importing content
- Working with shapes and masks
- Create scrollable components
- Creating motion and animation
- Using loops
- Adding media and effects
- Testing your prototypes
- Sharing your project
Skill Level Beginner
Building and Maintaining Your UX Design Portfoliowith Diane Cronenwett15m 54s Intermediate
1. The Origami Studio Interface
2. Working with Patches
3. Importing Content and Working with Shapes
4. Scrolling Content
6. Creating and Using Loops
7. Media and Effects
8. Device Testing and Sharings
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