Initially, Modulz is a progressive web app. It works with OSX, Windows and Linux. You can share your work freely and easily.
As a design environment, Modulz will support all devices. In terms of code output, we're focusing on web initially, but we have plans to support mobile.
Production-ready React components. Next, we'll add support for vanilla HTML/CSS.
Soon, we plan to export to Preact, React Native and Vue.js.
Other plans include exporting to Gatsby and integrating Netlify for free, one-click publishing.
Sketch and Figma are both drawing tools. Modulz is a dedicated UI design and development tool.
Modulz feels familiar—it has layers, artboards and a properties panel. But there are no vectors. With Modulz, you can build production components with interactive states and design fully responsive layouts.
Of all design/dev tools, Modulz is most similar to Webflow, with a few key differences.
Modulz is 100% component-driven with design systems baked right into its core.
Modulz exports to modern code libraries like React. Our goal is to import/export code seamlessly.
Our first priority is building out the core product.
Then, we'll add team features like existing component library import. We're planning a community-driven, production-grade component store.
The end game is Github integration, so teams can seamlessly pass production code between Modulz and text editors.