Relate is a visual development environment for fast, live team collaboration. While you design, code is generated in the background and can be published anywhere.
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Props for that video ๐Ÿ˜
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@nils_dannemann Glad you liked it ๐Ÿ‘
Hi Hunters! ๐Ÿ‘‹ Eden here, co-founder and CEO of Relate. @artem_zhylko, @korzh_alex and I are working on Relate for the last two years, and we are excited to release our Preview version today! What if you could have a design tool that lets you create presentational UI components, handle deploying, versioning, and all the operational stuff goes into maintaining software? What if developers could consume the components and easily plug whatever they need into it while focusing on logic? And what if everyone worked together, at the same time? That's Relate's vision. And this is just the beginning. Our full feature set will be ready in 2020, and while we're still working heavily on the tech that will enable this, we believe Relate is now ready for a test drive! And so we made our Preview Release public. No waitlist, simply signup and try it out! We're looking forward to hearing your feedback and questions. ๐Ÿ‘Œ Thanks for everyone's support! Our road is long, and we are walking it together. โค๏ธ
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Hey team! Had an opportunity to check out an early build of what Eden and the team at Relate are up to and thought it was awesome. Excited to see whatโ€™s next for them!
This tool is going to be insane once they roll out React support. Super excited!!
@dylan_steck Agreed. I clicked on the React button *with lots of excitement* and my heart sank when I read "Coming Soon". Can't wait for it!
@dylan_steck @lukasfoisy ๐Ÿ˜‚ More clicks on it = We ship it faster ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
Hey, looks cool! How is it different than Webflow?
@arielverbz Hey! Thanks for the question ๐Ÿ‘Œ Webflow is saying "no-code" while we're saying "with-code". Means Webflow is built for creating websites (and great ones!), mostly for marketing purposes, and for marketing teams. We believe code shouldn't be excluded, and there is a much more generic approach that lets you design and code at the same time so you can do so much more than just a website. Once the design-code barriers are removed, product design teams can make tons of benefits from it, create better products that their customers will love while moving faster.
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