Creo 1.0 - Product Stars
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Creo 1.0

The new way to build native mobile applications

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Adam Winsche
seems easy to use. Might be quite successful solution for non-coders
Alexandra Perşea
Looks great! Congrats guys!
Jit Salunke
Looks neat! Is there a way where we can see few apps built using Creo?
LekanB
I’m super excited to see this hit v1.0. I’ve been tracking and testing the betas for two years or so. If you look at the detail and execution this is very impressive. The team has build a lot from the ground up. Kudos for getting to v1.
Jamie Gordon
@andinux @sqlabs *fasters is not even a word in the English dictionary, American, British or otherwise. Please fix your website. Just shows me you have rushed this product out the door.
Marco Bambini
Maker
@andinux @jamie_ross Thanks a lot. We fixed the typo.
Harold Cummington
@andinux @sqlabs @jamie_ross There's no need to be rude about it
Harry Tucker
@andinux @sqlabs @jamie_ross Geez. No need to be rude about it. Believe these guys have been working on this since 2016 and their first language is Italian, hence the typo.
Stefano Pisoni
Great job guys! Congratulations!
Daniel Roger Casanova
Do you think you could build a feature to import sketch ui projects?
Marco Bambini
Maker
@danirogerc Sketchs artworks are already supported, we plan to develop a Sketch plugin in order to offer a more advanced integration.
orliesaurus
@danirogerc @sqlabs HUGE!
Jamie Gordon
@andinux @sqlabs again, i look at the documentation and i cant see if its C# or JS i would be writing in for events with your current documentation. Come on guys, attention to detail! Not every customer is a mind reader.
orliesaurus
@jamie_ross such passive aggressive tone won't help anyone
Jamie Gordon
@orliesaurus Then you've probably never been to Ireland.
Ryan Olson
@andinux @sqlabs @jamie_ross the site states that it uses "Gravity" "We developed a brand new highly efficient programming language from scratch with a familiar Swift/JavaScript like syntax and a blazing fast virtual machine. Gravity is a new open sourced multi-platform programming language. "
Amos Gyamfi
Well done, Creo team. Perhaps, you could move the community section (https://community.creolabs.com/) to Slack or Facebook. Not everyone would like to use this forum system.
Marco Bambini
Maker
@amos_gyamfi Slack is probably the best option, we'll open a channel soon. Thanks!
Marco Bambini
Maker
@amos_gyamfi Slack channel is now available https://join.slack.com/t/creolabs-public/shared_invite/enQtMzgyMzYwNzc4ODM4LTI3MGQ0ZWRhNDQ3ZDE3YjI3NzI4MGIwNWZjYWRjYmRjYTkwZmQ3YjA4MWNjNjQyZWQwNzQyOTAxNGVlNThhMGY
Mario Arabov
Congrats guys!
Val ( ✈ )
Congrats guys. It looks like a great product. But why inventing a new programming language, Gravity? Isn't that going to make developers adoption more difficult and slower, with a steeper learning curve? What benefits are you gaining from it, and do these benefits justify what you lose by not using a more popular language like JavaScript or Swift?
Marco Bambini
Maker
@valatw that's a really good question and we'll better reply with a blog post that we'll publish in the upcoming days. Swift is not a user-friendly programming language (it is a powerful engineer oriented programming language) and JavaScript was not an option when we first started the project. We needed a programming language powerful enough (and light enough) to completely abstract the underline framework. We'll soon offer Swift, ObjC, Kotlin and other languages exporting capabilities directly from within Creo and I am sure that at that point our choice will be completely understood.
Bader Bouta
@valatw @sqlabs Seems like you guys made some big (and probably wrong assumptions) about Swift not beings 'user-friendly'. I was hooked, but I'm not buying into anything when I'm required to learn a new programming language again for a fancy transpiling program.
Marco Bambini
Maker
@bader_bouta hope to be able to change your decision once you'll see our execution :-)
Csaba Kissi
This is super cool. I would like to see the MacOS version (I mean target OS) of this. Especially menu bar apps.
Csaba Kissi
The app is cool I just missing in-depth doc. Any plans for improved docs and more tutorials?
Marco Bambini
Maker
@csaba_kissi Yes sure it is our number one priority right now
Rishi Mathur
Can we see a list of sample apps built using this?
Steve Harman
"The new way to build native mobile applications" or "The new way to build native iOS applications" ? Just wondering about Android support. Thanks.
Marco Bambini
Maker
@steve1215 Android support is coming soon.
Gautham Santhosh
@steve1215 @sqlabs In Linux First :) Please
Filippo Mursia
@sqlabs Dajeeee 🙌🇮🇹
John Higgins
I've been using Creo for a while. The one major advantage over Supernova (it's major competitor) is its fantastics support for external apis.
Steve Harman
@johnbhiggins I think we're discussing two very different tools at different stages of evolution John. For example Supernova is slated to create websites very soon along with already offering native iOS, native Android and React Native app support right now. Also I believe Development of external API integration is already underway with Supernova and they have an excellent cloud offering similar to but possibly more powerful than the current InVision release, which allows clients to dynamically interact with & comment on projects as they're being developed. Having said that, wiring up API responses > properties in Creo is indeed very well done.
Ayush Chandra
Great job!! 😊 Will check it out
Jason Frye
I really like the API toolset. Looks like a great product. Will be trying it out for a project soon.
Tom Johnson
I used the beta when it was released a while ago. What's new with the 1.0 release?
Architek LLC
Whew, this is... terrific. Great work!
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