We've made it easier for you to edit both text and images. You'll now have different, context-specific dropdowns for static and data-driven fields.
Text components now have a large text area when applying static fields and a dropdown for when you have Fetch or Firebase data connected.
With Image, you'll now have the ability to set both local and remote url's, too!
If you're done building your app and are now ready to publish it in the App Store or Google Play — congratulations — we can help. Under the Publish button in then builder, you'll now see a link asking you if you're “Ready for the App Stores?”
This feature is still in beta. If you're okay being a beta tester, go ahead, click the link, answer a few questions, and we'll get back to you with next steps.
Double click any screen or component to rename it inline!
A couple of weeks ago we announced Double Click to Edit a text component in the builder. We wanted you to stay in the flow and focus on your content. For the same reasons, we are releasing Double Click to Rename today. If you want to change the name of a screen or a component, just double click on it. No need to go all the way to the configs panel anymore.
Now you can double click on text components to edit the text quickly!
When you're creating an app visually, shortcuts are essential to preserving your momentum. At Draftbit, we always look for places where we can make your building experience faster. For example, you can now double click any Text component to edit it right away.
Adding a screen is simpler than ever!
We removed the intermediary popup that gave you a choice between adding a blank screen or one from our Example Screens gallery. We now take you directly to the gallery, from where you can still add a blank screen if you'd like. A simple change that makes adding screens easier and faster.
You can now see all your screens at once in the builder!
Your app is a collection of well-crafted screens. Nothing feels more natural than seeing all of your work in one view. With Multiple Screens, you can interact with all the screens at once, zoom in and out, and see the effect of themes on your entire app.