In this video, Emmanuel Henri demonstrates how to install Visual Studio Code and the proper steps to get it working.
- [Instructor] The next tool you'll need, … especially once we get working with components, is VS Code. … So let's go ahead and install it. … So the first thing you need to do … is go to code.visualstudio.com … or find on Google Visual Studio Code. … And then what you need to do once you get to this page, … you'll see that you have the download … for your operating system, but since this a course … purely focused on Mac, then you should be on a Mac … and therefore see the same thing as I am. … But if Framer X gets supported on Windows, … you can click here and then find the operating system … that you want, or it's going to show up on the button here. … So once you're ready, click on Download, … and then it's going to grab the file. … Then we can open up the file … and then drag and drop it into your application, like so. … Then if you want to open it, click on Applications … and then click on Visual Studio Code. … Once you get inside of Visual Studio Code, … you should see something like this. …
- What is Framer X?
- Navigating the user interface
- Designing with Framer X
- Working with the layout and drawing tools
- Building interactions
- Creating simple and complex components
- Implementing overrides
- Exporting your prototype
Skill Level Intermediate
Prototyping AR User Experiences with Framerwith Emmanuel Henri51m 50s Intermediate
1. Framer X Overview
2. Design with Framer X
3. Build Interactions with Framer X
4. Create Simple Components
5. Create Complex Components
6. Advanced Features in Framer X
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