We are very excited here at Pixate to announce our latest Pixate Framework 2.0 release. Pixate 2.0 was a major endeavor. It started as a minor release, to be released as 1.1, but then Apple announced iOS 7 and we knew we'd have our work cut out for us. As you probably know, iOS 7 completely reconsidered the user experience, representing the biggest change to the iOS interface since its inception. We then knew our primary goal for this new release was full support for iOS 7. After a lot of public beta testing, we're proud to announce this release.
There are a lot of features and capabilities in Pixate 2.0. A few of the highlights include:
- Pixate is Free for commercial use
- Performance improvements throughout
- Full 64-bit support
- Keyframe animation support
- URL Schemes and Fallback
- Enhanced colors specification
- Enhanced UINavigationBar support
- Additional @media queries supported
- CocoaPods support
This release is the beginning of our expansion of Pixate beyond iOS. We've begun work on the Android version and we're also working on finishing up our API for third-party extensibility of the framework -- for example, being able to define custom properties in your CSS and having that call your code. There are also some exciting services coming!
Pixate is built for you! We very much value your feedback and encourage you to let us know what your thoughts are on Pixate 2.0, and issues you might have, and what you'd like to see next from us!