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I love wireframing, since it's mostly faster than coding. After the wireframe process I would like to export HTML + CSS for the different screens, so I only have to add the javascript afterwards to make the app functional. What is a tool that I can use to do this? I just want to have a list of potential candidates, so I know where to look.

  • Welcome to Software Recommendations! What's "best" is always subjective: one man's trash is another man's treasure. Better describe what would make this software fitting best for you – which then enables us to give fitting recommendations. See What is required for a question to contain "enough information"? for more hints. Especially missing: what features do you need, what OS must it run on, how much are you willing to spend if it comes to paid software? – Izzy Jan 13 '18 at 15:27
  • :D thats why i phrased "a tool" not "best tool" in the header, i just want to have a list of tools to look at – User9132 Jan 13 '18 at 16:20
  • Well, list questions are no good fit for Q&A sites, and hence are considered off-topic. That's why I asked for additional details. We require things to be specific here :) But of course, not being familiar with wireframing, I cannot tell what's missing … Just looks like there is a gap, though I cannot put my finger on it ;) – Izzy Jan 13 '18 at 20:03
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Just a few days ago researcher Emil Wallner from France has posted this blogpost: Turning Design Mockups Into Code With Deep Learning. He even posted code so you might use this if you are a deep learning expert (I'm not).

The blogpost mentions other tools, e.g. Airbnb's sketch2code, but I havent'l looked at any of this material.

Good luck!

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    Thanks for all those pointers, but shouldn't that be a comment? This site is about recommending software, not blogs :) – Izzy Jan 13 '18 at 15:28

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