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Code Overrides

In Framer, "code overrides" refer to a powerful feature that allows users to modify the behavior and properties of visual elements or components directly through code.

Benefits of Using Code Overrides


  • Enhanced Interactivity: Code overrides provide a layer of interactivity that can make prototypes feel more like the final application.


  • Custom Animations: They allow for custom animations and transitions that are not limited to what is available in the GUI.


  • Rapid Prototyping: Changes can be quickly implemented and tested, which is crucial during the design phase.


  • Collaboration: They facilitate a collaborative environment where designers and developers can work closely to ensure the prototype aligns with the intended design and functionality.


Best Practices


  • When using code overrides in Framer, consider the following best practices to ensure efficiency and maintainability:


  • Keep it Simple: Avoid overly complex functions that can make the prototype sluggish or difficult to understand.


  • Comment Your Code: Always comment your functions to make it clear what each override is intended to do, helping both yourself and others who may work on the project later.


  • Reuse Functions: Where possible, create reusable functions for similar behaviors across different components.

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Scroll Edge Fade

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This code override allows you to have the edges mask out when scrolling in order to achieve a smooth fade out look on containers with overflow scroll X or Y. Use the demo above to test it out.

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code override

Code Overrides

In Framer, "code overrides" refer to a powerful feature that allows users to modify the behavior and properties of visual elements or components directly through code.

Benefits of Using Code Overrides


  • Enhanced Interactivity: Code overrides provide a layer of interactivity that can make prototypes feel more like the final application.


  • Custom Animations: They allow for custom animations and transitions that are not limited to what is available in the GUI.


  • Rapid Prototyping: Changes can be quickly implemented and tested, which is crucial during the design phase.


  • Collaboration: They facilitate a collaborative environment where designers and developers can work closely to ensure the prototype aligns with the intended design and functionality.


Best Practices


  • When using code overrides in Framer, consider the following best practices to ensure efficiency and maintainability:


  • Keep it Simple: Avoid overly complex functions that can make the prototype sluggish or difficult to understand.


  • Comment Your Code: Always comment your functions to make it clear what each override is intended to do, helping both yourself and others who may work on the project later.


  • Reuse Functions: Where possible, create reusable functions for similar behaviors across different components.

Unlock with premium (soon)

Scroll Edge Fade

new

This code override allows you to have the edges mask out when scrolling in order to achieve a smooth fade out look on containers with overflow scroll X or Y. Use the demo above to test it out.

available soon

code override

Code Overrides

In Framer, "code overrides" refer to a powerful feature that allows users to modify the behavior and properties of visual elements or components directly through code.

Benefits of Using Code Overrides


  • Enhanced Interactivity: Code overrides provide a layer of interactivity that can make prototypes feel more like the final application.


  • Custom Animations: They allow for custom animations and transitions that are not limited to what is available in the GUI.


  • Rapid Prototyping: Changes can be quickly implemented and tested, which is crucial during the design phase.


  • Collaboration: They facilitate a collaborative environment where designers and developers can work closely to ensure the prototype aligns with the intended design and functionality.


Best Practices


  • When using code overrides in Framer, consider the following best practices to ensure efficiency and maintainability:


  • Keep it Simple: Avoid overly complex functions that can make the prototype sluggish or difficult to understand.


  • Comment Your Code: Always comment your functions to make it clear what each override is intended to do, helping both yourself and others who may work on the project later.


  • Reuse Functions: Where possible, create reusable functions for similar behaviors across different components.

Unlock with premium (soon)

Scroll Edge Fade

new

This code override allows you to have the edges mask out when scrolling in order to achieve a smooth fade out look on containers with overflow scroll X or Y. Use the demo above to test it out.

Scroll Edge Fade

This code override allows you to have the edges mask out when scrolling in order to achieve a smooth fade out look on containers with overflow scroll X or Y. Use the demo on the left to test it out.

Scroll Edge Fade

This code override allows you to have the edges mask out when scrolling in order to achieve a smooth fade out look on containers with overflow scroll X or Y. Use the demo on the left to test it out.

Adjustable properties

Vertical scroll

Horizontal scroll

Adjustable properties

Vertical scroll

Horizontal scroll

Adjustable properties

Vertical scroll

Horizontal scroll

How do I use it?

Copy the override code, then go to your Assets tab, click on + and add a new override. Name it Scrollfade and paste the code inside replacing the reference code from Framer.


Create a stack as your main frame where you put your contents, set the overflow to scroll and from the right panel go down to the code overrides section and click on + then select Scrollfade file and for the override select either ScrollfadeX or ScrollfadeY based on your container scrolling direction.

How do I use it?

Copy the override code, then go to your Assets tab, click on + and add a new override. Name it Scrollfade and paste the code inside replacing the reference code from Framer.


Create a stack as your main frame where you put your contents, set the overflow to scroll and from the right panel go down to the code overrides section and click on + then select Scrollfade file and for the override select either ScrollfadeX or ScrollfadeY based on your container scrolling direction.

How do I use it?

Copy the override code, then go to your Assets tab, click on + and add a new override. Name it Scrollfade and paste the code inside replacing the reference code from Framer.


Create a stack as your main frame where you put your contents, set the overflow to scroll and from the right panel go down to the code overrides section and click on + then select Scrollfade file and for the override select either ScrollfadeX or ScrollfadeY based on your container scrolling direction.

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made by Fabian Albert.

© 2024 - Eleveight Supply™

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Get notified

Stay updated with the newest additions to our digital assets library, upcoming promotions or discounts.

A product by

made by Fabian Albert.

Follow us on x.com

© 2024 - Eleveight Supply™