We are working on creating a visual editor that actually produces workable code., How? By making it open to third parties you use every day already. Creating an application marketplace to power your projects.
With a rugged Visual Designer with drag and drop capabilities for Bootstrap 4 output and open publishing with FTP Access the applications are limitless. We are thriving on the idea that you can now visually construct and edit HTML files and in the future - mobile apps, VR and 3JS integrations - all which will dramatically assist with heavy-platform specific applications. And as always, build your platforms entirely visually.
Multi-player capabilities, integrated commenting, and a whole stream of third party integrations that can power your store with a simple click of a button makes it super easy to take your design further and start making money on-line. Were are working on partnerships with Stripe and Paypal based third parties to hit the ground running for the e-commerce ecosystem.
A big part of our mission is to continue to help grow the industry. Today there is no tool out there that can help support the advances for screen sizes larger than desktop-ready. We are hoping to not only make it easy to create production-ready mobile experiences, but we are also planning on scaling up and facilitate experiences that can transfer to larger screens for smart tv's, projectors, smart walls and more.
We believe there is a new era of product design & development in which designers construct production ready code, developed within an ecosystem of pre-existing languages and upload it to whatever server imagined - all visually. The future of frontend is here and that means real time testing, faster deployment and zero guesswork when it comes to creating browser (and soon native) applications.
The Third Party Application Network will be home to a full suite of project integrations. This means your development team can work inside the Creator working with tools like WordPress, Git, React, and more with the ability to comment on bugs and hit "publish" entirely inside. But thats not all. We understand agency nuances like setting up an architecture that can point and click to your client's sites. Transfer projects in a breeze and hold multiple cards on file if your hosting through Pixel.
So we decided to create our own. One the was open to others to develop on, integrate with, upload to client servers, and economical. Today, we are working day and night to deliver the Pixel Creator to your desktop and on the web. We anticipate access to the beta version late 2018, early 2019.