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Shrey Malhotra
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The sharpest knife in the drawer
The sharpest knife in the drawer

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Early screenshots of a Prototyping tool i have been working on. It is a cloud based prototyping tool for UI/UX designers (mobile for now). 

Based on framer.js, PlankJS will help you get started with prototyping apps on the cloud in seconds. Still need to spend more time before starting an early beta.

#plankjs   #framer   #framerjs   #ui   #ux   #prototyping  
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Material Design - Scrolling Techniques by @shreks7 on @dribbble https://dribbble.com/shots/2181664-Material-Design-Scrolling-Techniques
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Material Design - Tabata HIIT Timer by @shreks7 on @dribbble https://dribbble.com/shots/2135805-Material-Design-Tabata-HIIT-Timer
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Material Design - FramerJS by @shreks7 on @dribbble https://dribbble.com/shots/2134373-Material-Design-FramerJS
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Daily Dash by @shreks7 on @dribbble https://dribbble.com/shots/2125961-Daily-Dash
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When it comes to writing code, the number one most important skill is how to keep a tangle of features from collapsing under the weight of its own complexity. I've worked on large telecommunications systems, console games, blogging software, a bunch of personal tools, and very rarely is there some tricky data structure or algorithm that casts a looming shadow over everything else. But there's always lots of state to keep track of, rearranging of values, handling special cases, and carefully working out how all the pieces of a system interact. To a great extent the act of coding is one of organization. Refactoring. Simplifying. Figuring out how to remove extraneous manipulations here and there.
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