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AppCooker 2.0 — Sharing App Mockup

Sharing Mockup and Prototype

Backup, PNG, JPEG, PDF…

Export projects à la carte

AppCooker lets you create many different kinds of assets but all of them are linked and serve the same objective. To let you be ready when you start coding and designing the final assets of your App. Because you won’t always be done with everything all the time, you can export parts of your project very easily and continue to improve or hide the rest. Backups are files that can be quite big in size, therefore, AppCooker provides other ways to sare the content you create inside. Share a playable mockup for iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch Apps via link, export a lightweight PDF, high quality PNG or standard JPG, everything is at your service.
Export AppCooker Backup

The .appcooker format

AppCooker allows you to create a full backup of your project in a single file. This is one of the greatest feature since everything that “has” to be done before coding is gathered inside the backup. It’s easy to send a copy to a coworker or a client to let them improve the mockup.
Export PDF

A4 & US Letter printproof PDFs

AppCooker generates A4 or US letter size PDF that has been optimized for print. It’s the lightest way to send your mockup over the air when your network connection is poor. The layout is minimalistic yet elegant and saves ink when printed.

Export Images

Export your designed screens as JPG files. You can select the screens that are going to be exported. They all come in real size so you can use them as blueprints during the production process.

Export Images

About Xcode

About Xcode and AppCooker
Xcode is a suite of tools, developed by Apple, for developing software for Mac OS X and iOS. This is the only way to build an App for the iPhone, the iPod Touch, the iPad or the Mac
There are many reasons why AppCooker is not (and won’t) export the mockups into Xcode, here is why:

Exporting a mockup made inside AppCooker to xcode is a false good idea. Since the core idea behind AppCooker is to iterate until you find the best design possible, it’s not made to be exportable.

Apple is pretty strict on this subject and the last thing we want is to have them not happy. The probability that they will remove AppCooker from the App Store is high. Nobody wants that.

Lastly, exporting some code would suggest, if the feature was a true solution, that you will be able to export new versions made in AppCooker inside a current project in Xcode. This is simply wrong.

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