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David McKinneyHiring@davidkmckinney
Canvas is great. Also check out Meng's book Design + Code if you are into iOS design or development.
Raul RieraHunter@raulriera · I make things
@davidkmckinney Yeah, the book is amazing (which lead me to that Pod)
David McKinneyHiring@davidkmckinney
@raulriera agree. I think Meng has single-handedly inspired a whole group of designers and developers. Not only is his output good for learning, it's also great for the community.
Riccardo Arvizzigno@riccardoar · ex Product Hunt team
@raulriera Where I can find the book ?
Raul RieraHunter@raulriera · I make things
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréPro@nikkielizdemere · Co-Founder
Hoping @jamztang and @MengTo join the conversation!
Meng ToMaker@mengto · Designer
@nikkielizdemere thanks for the mention, really cool to see Product Hunt being so popular!
James TangMaker@jamztang
@nikkielizdemere thanks for the all who loves and shares Canvas to others!
David McKinneyHiring@davidkmckinney
@riccardoar you might like to check this out too
Danny Espinoza@abcdannye · Founder @looksyvideo
Glad to see this is on PH -- I've had Canvas bookmarked for months! If you are an iOS dev, also check @jamztang's other work (especially CSStickyHeaderFlowLayout) on GitHub.
Corey Gwin@corey_gwin · I solve problems and make stuff. 👨🏻‍💻☕️
I recently checked this out and went with POP instead. I'm a programatic-UI heavy and POP fits the bill better. Very rad library nonetheless!