One of Maqetta’s key design goals is to create developer-ready UI mockups that promote efficient hand-off from designers to developers. The user interfaces created by Maqetta are real-life web applications that can be handed off to developers, who can then transform the application incrementally from UI mockup into final shipping application. While we expect the Maqetta-created mockups often will go through major code changes, Maqetta is designed to promote preservation of visual assets, particularly the CSS style sheets, across the development life cycle. As a result, the careful pixel-level styling efforts by the UI team will carry through into the final shipping application.
To help with the designer/developer hand-off, Maqetta includes the following features:
- Simultaneous editing in design, source or split view - Maqetta allows users to modify HTML pages using the visual page editor, a source code editor, or simultaneous edit HTML pages in split view, where design view and source view appear simultaneously. In split view, any change in design view automatically updates source view and vice versa.
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