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Akira 猫 un'applicazione di design nativa per Linux. Akira si concentra sull'offerta di un approccio moderno e veloce all'UI e UX Design, rivolgendosi principalmente a web designer e graphic designer.

鉃★笍 @akiraux

Akira 猫 rivolto a web designer e graphic designer, ed 猫 attualmente in alpha testing.
Il progetto lo potete trovare qua:
github.com/akiraux/Akira

#Akira #UI #UX #Interfaccia #Design #WebDesign #Software #Dev #FOSS #FLOSS #opensource

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Akira is an upcoming free open source UI/UX design tool for Linux. You can follow the project at:

鉃★笍 @akiraux

Akira is aimed at web designers and graphic designers, and is currently in alpha testing. You can find out more at github.com/akiraux/Akira

#Akira #UI #UX #Interface #Design #WebDesign #Software #Development #Dev #FOSS #FLOSS #Libre #Tools #Productivity

Wow, so many new followers in the last day.
What's up everybody?

If any of you wants to help me test the new saving and loading of files, I'd appreciate a lot some feedback on this PR: github.com/akiraux/Akira/pull/

With the architecture rebuild we just completed, we're able to save and load files in a more faster and efficient way, alongside drastically reducing the content file size, which is a plain JSON file. Coming soon in v0.14 in the Flathub beta channel.

I just submitted a presentation application for GUADEC 2021.
If I get accepted, the goal is to have the Beta release pushed out before the event in July 馃

Surprise surprise, a new Akira live development streaming is happening tomorrow.
Lots of good stuff to show you!
youtu.be/dMPBATaqhPo

Sorry for the silence, but I guess a full architecture rewrite kinda justifies not being on social media...
github.com/akiraux/Akira/pull/

We're cleaning the code so much it feels like a whole new app!

Thinking about doing an impromptu live streaming to showcase some progress, and implement an event based "data-down-action-up" transform binding.
Who's interested?

I'm spending the Sunday implementing a Global State Manager for the X & Y coordinates in order to simplify how we handle the binding transforms between the Canvas and the Transform Panel.
Let's see if my idea works...

I'm sure my experience is skewed and doesn't reflect reality, but it looks like there are way more Flatpak devs than Snap devs. It seems that Snaps are primarily created and maintained by Canonical, where Flatpak seems more open and a community driven effort.
Am I totally wrong?

Another feature we will implement directly upstream, is something that pro design tools have had for years, but it's still alien for a lot of FOSS design tools because not part of the SVG standards.

Generating a border line inside, outside, or at the center.

gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/goocanv

We took over the GooCanvas GNOME repository and released v3.0 with some improvements.
We will ship the new library inside the Flatpak so you won't need to manually install it in your system.
Controlling GooCanvas upstream means being able to ship new features faster, like the super helpful uneven border radii!

We're looking for a Snap developer willing to contribute to Akira. Do you want to help us bring Akira everywhere via the Snap Store? Join us if you have some spare time and you're interested in contributing.
github.com/akiraux/Akira

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@akiraux would need a reviewing of it's first translation in Malayalam!

github.com/akiraux/Akira/pull/

Feel free to boost and to review if you are a native Malayalam speaker!

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