Exporting an Android Project from a prototype

evan feller shared this question 3 years ago
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I have been using JustInMind to generate some of my own screens to make apps for fun off of. Is there a way that after laying out the design I can generate the XML or android project to save some time? Thanks in advance for your time and have a great day.

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Justinmind provides several options to get you on your way to creating a real, working application from your prototype.

Option 1: Use the API/SDK to generate some interface code. Learn about this here.

Option 2: Export your prototype to HTML (File -> Export to HTML), which will generate a document with folders including HTML, javascript, and CSS.

Option 3: Use Developer Mode. Your developer can check out the CSS and other assets within the prototype.

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Hi Evan,


Justinmind will generate either .vp files or .png files of your screens. You can use those .png files in an app you create, but they won't have any default functionality or events.


Best,


Danielle

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hey can you send me a tutor about this i'd like to export it to png and do the rest my self or is there a way now ? your reply been here for 3 years

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Justinmind provides several options to get you on your way to creating a real, working application from your prototype.

Option 1: Use the API/SDK to generate some interface code. Learn about this here.

Option 2: Export your prototype to HTML (File -> Export to HTML), which will generate a document with folders including HTML, javascript, and CSS.

Option 3: Use Developer Mode. Your developer can check out the CSS and other assets within the prototype.