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Equipo de Midasfi

Equipo de Midasfi

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Feb 6, 2022

Feb 6, 2022

Feb 6, 2022

Yellow Flower
Yellow Flower
Yellow Flower

As the internet continues to develop and grow exponentially, jobs related to the industry do too, particularly those that relate to web design and development.

As the internet continues to develop and grow exponentially, jobs related to the industry do too, particularly those that relate to web design and development.

As the internet continues to develop and grow exponentially, jobs related to the industry do too, particularly those that relate to web design and development.

Navigation is key within any digital interface. Smart Components enable us to create custom interactive navigation components that work perfectly with the rest of your prototype.In this guide, we will cover the concepts of nesting components, adding events to elements in a component using Event Variables, and passing these through your components. One of the main benefits of using nested components is that it provides full control over its states, such as unique hover states of elements within another component.

Starting at the atomic level

Framer allows you to create fully interactive and animated components, and even allows you to nest components within other components. We’re building a navigation bar component for a website that will contain two different kinds of nested components, with their own unique interactions. Our project will contain a Navigation bar that contains various nested components, namely five Nav items and one Shopping cart component. The design of our nested components, the nav list item and the shopping cart, will impact how we design our navigation bar. For this reason, an optimal workflow includes starting with the 'deepest' nested component and building up from there.

Nesting components

Once we have our two components ready, we can start creating the component in which we will nest these. Draw your navigation bar, select it on the canvas and click the Component tool in the Toolbar. To nest a different component in our new component, just drag any other component to the Component Canvas and place it within your designed navigation bar.

Triggering interactions from the navigation bar

Back on the main canvas, we’d like to be able to tap 'Clothing' and navigate to an entire new Screen. If you’d connect the component using the Prototyping Connector to a new screen, we could set up an Interaction. However, this would be triggered if we tap anywhere within our component. This isn’t what we want to do, as we want to trigger this transition only from a specific element. This is where Event Variables come in, which are special types of Variables not attached to properties (like opacity or fill) but instead to events.

Navigation is key within any digital interface. Smart Components enable us to create custom interactive navigation components that work perfectly with the rest of your prototype.In this guide, we will cover the concepts of nesting components, adding events to elements in a component using Event Variables, and passing these through your components. One of the main benefits of using nested components is that it provides full control over its states, such as unique hover states of elements within another component.

Starting at the atomic level

Framer allows you to create fully interactive and animated components, and even allows you to nest components within other components. We’re building a navigation bar component for a website that will contain two different kinds of nested components, with their own unique interactions. Our project will contain a Navigation bar that contains various nested components, namely five Nav items and one Shopping cart component. The design of our nested components, the nav list item and the shopping cart, will impact how we design our navigation bar. For this reason, an optimal workflow includes starting with the 'deepest' nested component and building up from there.

Nesting components

Once we have our two components ready, we can start creating the component in which we will nest these. Draw your navigation bar, select it on the canvas and click the Component tool in the Toolbar. To nest a different component in our new component, just drag any other component to the Component Canvas and place it within your designed navigation bar.

Triggering interactions from the navigation bar

Back on the main canvas, we’d like to be able to tap 'Clothing' and navigate to an entire new Screen. If you’d connect the component using the Prototyping Connector to a new screen, we could set up an Interaction. However, this would be triggered if we tap anywhere within our component. This isn’t what we want to do, as we want to trigger this transition only from a specific element. This is where Event Variables come in, which are special types of Variables not attached to properties (like opacity or fill) but instead to events.

Navigation is key within any digital interface. Smart Components enable us to create custom interactive navigation components that work perfectly with the rest of your prototype.In this guide, we will cover the concepts of nesting components, adding events to elements in a component using Event Variables, and passing these through your components. One of the main benefits of using nested components is that it provides full control over its states, such as unique hover states of elements within another component.

Starting at the atomic level

Framer allows you to create fully interactive and animated components, and even allows you to nest components within other components. We’re building a navigation bar component for a website that will contain two different kinds of nested components, with their own unique interactions. Our project will contain a Navigation bar that contains various nested components, namely five Nav items and one Shopping cart component. The design of our nested components, the nav list item and the shopping cart, will impact how we design our navigation bar. For this reason, an optimal workflow includes starting with the 'deepest' nested component and building up from there.

Nesting components

Once we have our two components ready, we can start creating the component in which we will nest these. Draw your navigation bar, select it on the canvas and click the Component tool in the Toolbar. To nest a different component in our new component, just drag any other component to the Component Canvas and place it within your designed navigation bar.

Triggering interactions from the navigation bar

Back on the main canvas, we’d like to be able to tap 'Clothing' and navigate to an entire new Screen. If you’d connect the component using the Prototyping Connector to a new screen, we could set up an Interaction. However, this would be triggered if we tap anywhere within our component. This isn’t what we want to do, as we want to trigger this transition only from a specific element. This is where Event Variables come in, which are special types of Variables not attached to properties (like opacity or fill) but instead to events.

Privest, S.A de C.V. Asesor en Inversiones Independiente es una firma mexicana de asesoría de inversiones, fundada en 1996. Se encuentra inscrito en el Registro Público de Asesores en Inversiones de la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (la CNBV) bajo el Folio CNBV 30023-001-(5326)-18/12/2015 y es miembro de la AMAII


Los servicios de broker y compensación son proporcionados por Alpaca Securities LLC (”Alpaca”), miembro de FINRA, una subsidiaria propietaria de AlpacaDB Inc. (CRD#: 288202/SEC#: 8-69928) Alpaca forma parte de Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), que protege los valores de sus clientes por hasta $500,000 USD (incluyendo $250,000 por reclamos en efectivo) por cliente. Se puede encontrar más información en www.sipc.org. Tu dinero es custodiado por BMO Harris Bank en USA.

Para más información de divulgación en Alpaca: https://alpaca.markets/disclosures

© Copyright 2024. All rights reserved. Midasfi

Privest, S.A de C.V. Asesor en Inversiones Independiente es una firma mexicana de asesoría de inversiones, fundada en 1996. Se encuentra inscrito en el Registro Público de Asesores en Inversiones de la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (la CNBV) bajo el Folio CNBV 30023-001-(5326)-18/12/2015 y es miembro de la AMAII


Los servicios de broker y compensación son proporcionados por Alpaca Securities LLC (”Alpaca”), miembro de FINRA, una subsidiaria propietaria de AlpacaDB Inc. (CRD#: 288202/SEC#: 8-69928) Alpaca forma parte de Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), que protege los valores de sus clientes por hasta $500,000 USD (incluyendo $250,000 por reclamos en efectivo) por cliente. Se puede encontrar más información en www.sipc.org. Tu dinero es custodiado por BMO Harris Bank en USA.

Para más información de divulgación en Alpaca: https://alpaca.markets/disclosures

© Copyright 2024. All rights reserved. Midasfi

Privest, S.A de C.V. Asesor en Inversiones Independiente es una firma mexicana de asesoría de inversiones, fundada en 1996. Se encuentra inscrito en el Registro Público de Asesores en Inversiones de la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (la CNBV) bajo el Folio CNBV 30023-001-(5326)-18/12/2015 y es miembro de la AMAII


Los servicios de broker y compensación son proporcionados por Alpaca Securities LLC (”Alpaca”), miembro de FINRA, una subsidiaria propietaria de AlpacaDB Inc. (CRD#: 288202/SEC#: 8-69928) Alpaca forma parte de Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), que protege los valores de sus clientes por hasta $500,000 USD (incluyendo $250,000 por reclamos en efectivo) por cliente. Se puede encontrar más información en www.sipc.org. Tu dinero es custodiado por BMO Harris Bank en USA.

Para más información de divulgación en Alpaca: https://alpaca.markets/disclosures

© Copyright 2024. All rights reserved. Midasfi

Privest, S.A de C.V. Asesor en Inversiones Independiente es una firma mexicana de asesoría de inversiones, fundada en 1996. Se encuentra inscrito en el Registro Público de Asesores en Inversiones de la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (la CNBV) bajo el Folio CNBV 30023-001-(5326)-18/12/2015 y es miembro de la AMAII


Los servicios de broker y compensación son proporcionados por Alpaca Securities LLC (”Alpaca”), miembro de FINRA, una subsidiaria propietaria de AlpacaDB Inc. (CRD#: 288202/SEC#: 8-69928) Alpaca forma parte de Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), que protege los valores de sus clientes por hasta $500,000 USD (incluyendo $250,000 por reclamos en efectivo) por cliente. Se puede encontrar más información en www.sipc.org. Tu dinero es custodiado por BMO Harris Bank en USA.

Para más información de divulgación en Alpaca: https://alpaca.markets/disclosures

© Copyright 2024. All rights reserved. Midasfi