Hello everyone, At Yotako we help designers and developers to translate whatever the design is (Sketch, Photoshop, Balsamiq, …) into ready to use source code that developers can use to finish the mobile application or website for their customers. But some of our customers were not really able to design by
A few weeks ago we announced a new feature [https://www.blog.yotako.io/a-new-approach-to-develop-native-ios-applications/] in Yotako with the support of mobile languages for native iOS applications: Swift & Objective-C. Today we are thrilled to be back with good news: it’s now also possible to develop Android native applications using
At Yotako we are convinced to be blessed to have such incredible people working in our startup. We couldn’t achieve our mission (making front-end development great again [https://www.blog.yotako.io/make_front_end_development_great_again/?utm_source=blog&utm_medium=article&utm_campaign=yotako_got_talent!
In our last post [https://www.blog.yotako.io/convert-a-psd-to-html-css-in-4-easy-steps/] we went through the case of PSD to HTML/CSS conversion in the app development process. With this post we will go back in time, earlier in the design process, and tackle the case of wireframe into code conversion. For