Infragistics, a worldwide leader in providing tools and solutions that accelerate design, development, and collaboration today at Google I/O previewed a version of its new Indigo Design to Code Studio (D2C), the digital product design platform providing faster paths to amazing experiences.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (PRWEB) May 08, 2018
Infragistics, a worldwide leader in providing tools and solutions that accelerate design, development, and collaboration today at Google I/O previewed a version of its new Indigo Design to Code Studio (D2C), the digital product design platform providing faster paths to amazing experiences. Indigo D2C lets visual designers, UX Architects, product managers, & application developers participate in a collaborative software design and development process, with the ability for each stakeholder to use the tools they love the most, including Sketch and Visual Studio Code.
What’s Indigo D2C Studio Made Of?
- Infragistics Design System: A library of UI components, UI patterns, pre-defined screens and complete app scenarios designed and built using Sketch that can be used in Infragistics tools like Indigo Studio and Indigo’s image-based prototyping.
- Indigo Studio: With Indigo Studio’s image-based prototyping, designers can use simple drag & drop to upload designs, and further add capabilities like navigation & transitions between screens, work with stakeholders and get iterative feedback in public or private team spaces, and perform unmoderated usability studies with built in video playback and analytics on studies.
- Code Generation & UI Components for Angular & Flutter: Once the iterative design process is complete, developers can use Indigo D2C Studio Visual Studio Code plug-in and UI components to create a pixel-perfect Angular or Flutter application for Android and iOS.
“We are excited to have Infragistics at Google I/O, sharing their vision and commitment to bridging the gap between designers and developers and enabling high-fidelity applications to be built with Flutter,” said Tim Sneath, Group Product Manager for Flutter and Dart at Google. “Infragistics has decades of experience building great tooling for developers, and their announcement today is an important indicator of the momentum building in the ecosystem towards Flutter.”
“We are thrilled to be at Google I/O today and announce our commitment to become a leading player in the Flutter ecosystem," said Jason Beres, Sr. Vice President of Developer Tools, Infragistics. "We share the Flutter team vision on providing designers and developers the tools they need to realize increased performance, productivity, and the ability to deliver a powerful UI. With Indigo D2C Studio we are working hard to leverage the tools and frameworks designers and developers love the most, integrate the ability to collaborate on prototypes, and take the guess work out of the asset hand-off and spec creation with code generation for Flutter and Angular apps.”
Public Preview Broad Availability & Pricing
Select capabilities of Indigo D2C Studio are available currently as individual products. The alpha shown today is expected to be in public preview before the end of H1 2018. Those interested in viewing an on-demand product demo and participating in the Public Preview can sign up to Be First To Get Indigo D2C. An automated notification will be sent upon immediate availability. Pricing is expected to be disclosed at time of the broad availability of public preview.
Infragistics is a worldwide leader in providing tools and solutions to accelerate application design and development, insights and collaboration for any organization. More than two million developers use Infragistics enterprise-ready UX and UI toolkits to rapidly prototype and build high-performing applications for the Cloud, Web, Windows, iOS and Android devices. Infragistics Enterprise Mobility solutions ReportPlus and SharePlus, give business users the latest advancements in self-service business intelligence and collaboration software. Additionally, Infragistics offers expert UX Services and award-winning support.
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