Supernova V6

Turn sketch into iOS, android, react and flutter in minutes

5.0/5
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Supernova takes mobile designs created in Sketch and transforms them into production interface code for iOS, Android, React Native and Flutter. Supporting native components, native animations, native layouts, navigation, localizations and many more features.
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Developer: youtube.com/markmoeykens

I created an overview video about my experience with Supernova Studio if anyone wants to learn more about it: https://youtu.be/LbvroonWtqo There is still so much about this product to explore and try. This is just the tip of the iceberg. They made animations super easy and fun to do. I hear they will be expanding the animation studio in the next couple versions. Really looking forward to this! Supernova is also a great training tool when it comes to development as you can see all the code needed to produce awesome UI.

Pros:

I love being able to take anyone's Sketch UI Kit and see how to do that UI in code. I also love creating animations within it.

Cons:

Importing from Adobe XD would also be awesome. But I hear that is coming out soon.

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Touchgram founder, coder+martial artist

It is saving me months of work in a complex product, letting me iterate and adapt designs. I'm focused on iOS at present but the Kotlin generation looks good enough I'll be using it soon!

Pros:

Generates fairly clean, smart Swift code and iOS UI. Great animation & hi-fi prototyping inc localised code.

Cons:

Some layout stuff could be smarter.

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If Leonardo da Vinci was alive he would be using Supernova for sure.

Pros:

- Actively listen to its users and modify the software based on their constant feedback. - Level of automation - Supporting Flutter

Cons:

- Not supporting windows and adobe xd however coming soon. - Hard to believe it's true but just give it a try it's free

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Startups!

Always enjoy using Supernova Studio

Pros:

Convenience

Cons:

Do not have any

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Seriously, it lets designers design more, and lets developers develop a LOT more. Less time is wasted on implementing the UI, and more time can be spent actually developing new features.

Pros:

Imports easily from Sketch, making the process of implementing a UI design to the actual application near effortless.

Cons:

Currently only imports from Sketch, but support for both XD and Figma is coming in future version within the next couple of months.