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  • UXPin and Storybook Integration is Here!

    by UXPin
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    There are many ways for product teams to achieve greater efficiency and consistency in the design handoff.  At UXPin, we believe that smooth communication between designers and developers is one of the most important factors in setting up an efficient and scalable DesignOps process for your business. In the ideal world, both designers and devs

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  • What’s New in August & September

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    [videojs_video url=”https://www.uxpin.com/studio/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Layers_release_Changelog_800x600_v1.mp4″ controls=”false” autoplay=”true” loop=”true” muted=”true”] [videojs_video url=”https://www.uxpin.com/studio/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Zoom_Changelog_800x600_v3.mp4″ controls=”false” autoplay=”true” loop=”true” muted=”true”] [videojs_video url=”https://www.uxpin.com/studio/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/1_QuickTools-1.mp4″ controls=”false” autoplay=”true” loop=”true” muted=”true”] [videojs_video url=”https://www.uxpin.com/studio/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Power_Duplicate.mp4″ controls=”false” autoplay=”true” loop=”true” muted=”true”]

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  • Changelog: What’s New in July | UXPin

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    We’ve got some really exciting updates to share with you! From welcoming Components, to the new text, and an array of awesome improvements to the editor, this surely was a busy and exciting month for us. Read on! Hello Components! We’ve had a lot of requests for this one, in July we said so long

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  • What’s New in June

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    Over the last month, we’ve smashed a pretty decent amount of bugs and made some more performance improvements based on customer feedback. Then, we relaunched our Product Tribes community. And yes, we released the Sketch import, which is something that we have been working on for a long, long time! Here’s a round-up of what

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  • What’s New in May

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    From UXPin Docs to the new Video and Sound elements, to Smart Grid, May was packed with lots of updates that make UXPin great and pave the way for even more stuff coming up soon, all designed to improve your experience. Here’s a rundown of our May highlights: Smart Grid With Smart Grid, rearranging and

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  • What’s New in April

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    April is over, and so far we can call it the busiest and most exciting month of the year. It brought the latest iOS and Material Design libraries along with Live collaboration, the new list view, and more. Gather round and take a look back on the big stuff we’ve released over the last few

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  • What’s New in March

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    March just like any other month brought us some meaningful improvements, various bug fixes, and an entirely new feature we couldn’t wait for — API Requests. Clearly, not as many as you saw in January and February, but that’s because we’re preparing for the big stuff in April. Here’s what we’ve managed to accomplish in

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  • Changelog: What’s New in February | UXPin

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    The last day of February was the day we had marked in our calendars months in advance. Because that day we reached another milestone — UXPin Merge entered its beta phase! Apart from that, this month we’ve really gone the extra mile and brought to you numerous enhancements and fixes. UXPin Merge closed beta Last

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  • What’s New in January

    by Julia Haleniuk
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    We’ve definitely kicked off the new year with some great updates. As January has come to an end, we can sure tell that we’ve already taken a big step forward. This month was about two things: The UXPin Mirror app and Local Fonts in the UXPin Editor. To top it all off, our engineering team

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