Export whole artboards (or entire project) as HTML
It would be great to Export Prototypes as pure HTML Projects. I am working a lot on Multiscreen apps, where I mostly use Serveal Webcontainers Running on several Screens, to develop those Applications.
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I suggested this along time ago. I am glad that there is a request on this. I made a request but no one replied and nothing was done. I need something that can automatically do the web code for me. I am sooo busy I don't have any time to do it, I can do web code, but too busy. I have to hire a web developer to do part of my work. I just want to do it myself and save money and time.
Marcelo Lionel commented
Figma cannot send out a full page of HTML, just scraps of CSS. Hence, it is a pointless feature. A designer would not be able to utilize such code due to its incompatibility with structures such as Angular and React or Bootstrap. Photoshop should remain Adobe XD's prototyping tool. Even though it is futile, this component would be an effective advertising tool: no other prototyper can do that. https://www.machinesrating.com/bosch-js260-jigsaw-review/
it's so easy to add this feature and if you added it don't make it a premium feature and pay to get. Thanks
Nagesh Pobbathi commented
Please check out the Quest plugin.
You can export full artboard as HTML web page - and include multiple artboards to build multi-screen responsive pages.
Ebraam Ayman commented
this would be a great thing to be done and would be very useful at saving time building the whole project as a html & css from scratch
David Salsbury commented
Please add the capability to export the html code, css, etc needed to handoff to developers. So that they don't have to still recreate the designs from scratch.
John Smith commented
No, Figma can't send out a full page HTML, just restricted CSS scraps. Indeed this would be a pointless element. In actuality, designers would not have the option to utilize such code, since it would not be viable with structure like Angular and React, or complete responsive Bootstrap. Adobe XD ought to stay a prototyping configuration device. Nonetheless, while being futile, this component would be a colossal advertising check: no other prototyping device can do that :) https://www.intuizi.com/data-analytics-and-activation
No, Figma cannot export a full page HTML, only limited CSS snippets. In fact this would be a useless feature. In real life developers would not be able to use such code, since it would not be compatible with framework such as Angular and React, or complete responsive Bootstrap. Adobe XD should remain a prototyping design tool. However, while being useless, this feature would be a huge marketing check: no other prototyping tool can do that :)
You could always switch to Figma. (I'm not being sarcastic.)
Cyrus Lim commented
A suggestion for a simple click-through prototype with images and hotspots would be great.
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Kate M. commented
To convert the adobexd design file to html/css, you can use Desech Studio which will generate a clean html structure with elements positioned with css grid. Then you need to adjust the margins and sizes and you're done.
Alex Bramwell commented
Let's keep XD as design based software. Maybe try adding something to your Markup to make the syntax less of a pain to write? For example you could potentially bolt on Shopify's Liquid or handlebars.js to segregate and loop over various portions of your Markup maybe?
Thiers also things like HAML and I bet your already using Emmet.
SO many options on the dev side of the fence to speed up your HTML writing that asking our design software seems a little lazy.
PS. It also agitates the 'refuse to code designers' who come out running and screaming with pitchfork and fire in hand for this type of thing :)
Kevin Goedecke commented
We've setup a beta program for our XD to HTML page builder, you can sign up here now: https://builder.magicul.io/xd-to-html
Brayan Ernesto commented
I want to say that there should be a feature that should export the webpage directly into adobe.
George Davis commented
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Lal X commented
For those who insist XD is a protyping tool, why should it be limited to just that function? Why do you need to reinvent the wheel and have to recreate the entire project in another application?
I don't know that this idea is really appropriate for the software. XD is a prototyping tool, not a DIY website builder. Adding in this functionality would likely take resources away from improving aspects of the core functionality that involve allowing designers to easily and intuitively design and prototype, build out functional design systems, and seamlessly hand off to developers.
I think if a component is named 'button-primary' it should be exported as '<button class=primary><button>' instead of 'div'
More importantly, we should have the option to pick between ABSOLUTE Export or RESPONSIVE Export...because as has been proven by developer plugins export plugins are USELESS if they give pixel placement of elements. I suggest using only RELATIVE units.