Add a new way to test a prototype within the application

The play button should open a new tab within the app to play the prototype instead of opening the browser. This will limit the app resources as well.

Comments

  • 3 Comments sorted by Votes Date Added
  • edited November 8 Vote Up0Vote Down

    Vatsal

    Hi!

    We tried this way already. It was not as good as well as needed. 


    We added a Chromium core to make the prototyping preview work the same as in the browser. 

    That enlarged the application package up to 300+mb. So, every user had to upload this "bonus" every time.

    The second point was about the stability and compatibility in different OS's. It was rather poor. 


    So, we decide to use the default system browser and leave these issues away.

  • You will have to let the user choose how to test their prototypes. By default it should open in the browser but a user will have to choose if it opens in another tab. And deactivate this possibility on the OS which does not support it.

  • edited November 24 Vote Up0Vote Down

    Musayime

    I think our team is not enough to fight with Chromium core bugs too. Not all BIG guys getting success on this field ;)

    We'll add some interactions to the prototyping preview page in future releases. 

    P.S.: You could use Microsoft Powertoys for Win 10 https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/powertoys/ or Multitasking Screen splitting at Win 11 to make using prototyping preview much more comfortable.

Sign In or Register to comment.