Flow’s code export is excellent, and for good reason.

First, we’ve been producing award-winning interactive media, installations, and cutting edge interfaces for more than a decade. Flow is the culmination of all of those years of practice and of immersing ourselves in art, tech, and design. We’ve used pretty much every piece of software you can think of, and draw on all our experience to produce Flow. If you want to dive into our background, please check out The Roots of Flow.

Second, we’re experts at writing animation software. Our roots in this started way, way, waaaaay, back with Processing (Java), OpenFrameworks (C++), and transitioned to Objective-C and every version of Swift and Core Animation along the way. Then we jumped to the web where we’re confident in saying “we know our shit” when it comes to the most advanced, native approach for creating animations in the browser: the Web Animations API. Along the way we’ve learned a lot of tricks, and all of that experience is manifest in Flow’s code export. We’ve published a high-level article of our thoughts on Control, Craftsmanship and Code Export that is definitely worth a read. …



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