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Get Responsive Code From Your Figma Components
Get Responsive Code From Your Figma Components

Get fully responsive Flex code from your Figma designs by using auto layout!

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Written by Andres Raul Leon Bal
Updated over a week ago

Read how you can utilize the full potential of Figma's native auto layout feature throughout your design in order to generate fully responsive, Flex code with the help of Anima!

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Adding Auto Layout to Your Components

  1. Open Figma and create / edit a component.

  2. Select the entire component. Then add auto layout, in the right sidebar.

  3. Fine-tune layout, padding and spacing as needed.

  4. Test it by resizing the component or container in Figma.

  5. Your component is now responsive!

Exporting Your Fully Responsive Flex Code

Once auto layout has been added and your components are functioning responsively inside Figma, itโ€™s time to export them into code!

Open your components in CodeSandbox:

And watch its responsive, flex behavior:

As you can see, Anima will generate clean, maintainable, responsive code for your components or screens in a matter of seconds. Export the code as a local file and use it as you please!

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