Vector Code 1.5 Release available with discount for WWDC

As Apple’s biggest developer conference, WWDC 2014, is approaching, CodingDay is offering ┬ádiscount for the Vector Code App.

We released a new version 1.5 of Vector code.

What’s new :

Run option to see the generated output (can be accessed from toolbar options)
Vector Code Run Option Toolbar

Vector Code Run Option Toolbar

 

This release brings the ability to run your design within the application. This is not just a preview window, this is actually running the code generated on the fly and showing on a window. Thus what you see will be what you get when you deploy your desktop or mobile applications.

As usual, please let us know if you encounter any issues

Happy coding!

Vector Code – Basic Drawings

Vector Code designer supports primitive drawing elements.

  • Pencil, line, rectangle, ellipse, bezier, path, text, zoom, free hand draw, solid paint.

All your basic elements will be converted to cocoa core graphics API code. This is the lowest api for generating graphics, thus it is the most performant. Although the generated code may look long, it is very lightweight and extremely fast when it is run on the iOS or OSx .

Vector Code - Basic Drawing

Vector Code – Basic Drawing

Here is a video showing different elements of vector code for primitive drawing elements. Once you have drawn them, you can paint to any colour from the rich colour spectrum, or you can change different properties using the context sensitive right pane

Finally, just export the generated code in your preferred language, Objective or C# on your preferred development environment OSx or iOs.

Happy coding!

Vector Code -Basic Drawings from Codingday