Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. How do I access or download the book?
  2. How do I cancel my subscription?
  1. What are these ‘overview prototypes’?
  2. How many pages is the ePub?
  3. I bought an earlier edition. How do I update?
  4. How do I get the book on my iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch?
  5. Can I read the ePub on a Windows or Linux computer?

Framer X book

How do I access or download the book?

There is no file to download, all the Framer X book content is on this website.

When you signed up for an subscription you gained access. An account was created for you and you’re automatically logged in (a default password was sent to your email).

When logged out you’ll see that most pages in the Framer X book are not public (they’ll have a before their name in the side menu).

How do I cancel my subscription?

Go to your Subscriptions page…

… and click the «Cancel» button. It will ask for a confirmation.

The status of your subscription will change to ‘Pending Cancellation’ and you’ll still have access until the end of the period you paid for.

Framer Classic book

What are these ‘overview prototypes’?

These iPad-sized prototypes show when individual events are triggered or have sliders with which you can tweak different properties and settings.

They make it easier to understand what, for example, ‘originX’ does because you can change it together with ‘rotation’ and see the result.

How many pages is the ePub?

It’s an ebook, so the amount of pages is variable, but it comes down to 1200 pages in the default text size in Apple Books on Mac.

I bought an earlier edition. How do I update?

The latest edition will be waiting in your Gumroad library.

Don’t have a Gumroad account? Create one with the email address you used to purchase the book. The book will be there.

You do have an account, but the book is not in your library? Send me your email address; I’ll resend the receipt so you can add it.

How do I get the book on my iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch?

To transfer the book: Connect your iDevice to your Mac, select the book in iTunes, and press ‘Sync’. The book’s read location will sync automatically between devices.

Can I read the eBook on a Windows or Linux computer?

It’s a standard ePub 3 file, so it’s perfectly readable. The layout might seem a bit different though, because I formatted it for Apple Books.

6 comments on “Frequently Asked Questions”

  • gejoreni says:

    Not sure where to make requests – but I’d love a section on working with SVGs in code. I have a folder with a bunch of Icons i’m exporting from canvas, I’d love to be able to use them in code.

    • Tes says:

      Noted. It’ll not be soon, though. I first have a bunch of new API stuff to write about, and after that the more general things like drawing, Scroll, Page, Stack, etc.

      In case you haven’t yet seen it: there’s a section in Meng To’s course about using SVG code in Code Components.

  • Francisca says:

    I would vote for SVG too.. I have now my SVG library in place in a nice code component, but my next step, change the fill of the SVG by, for example, using states or a whileTap, is unfortunately not working yet… Would love to make that request too…Thank you!

  • Vsplorer says:

    Hello, I am a student from China, and I have trouble in purchasing Framer X book by paypal recently, can you help me finish the purchase?

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