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Exadel Tiggr - web-based application prototyping tool

09.28.2010
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Exadel Tiggr is a web-based application prototyping and mockup creation tool. Two new recently added features are: upload assets and HTML preview. With assets you can upload your own images and use them in mockups. HTML preview lets you generate HTML for your screen and preview it in any Web browser.

 

Tiggr is free, try it today!

 

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Tiggr features

  • Hosted
    • Nothing to download
    • Keep your work online, access from anywhere
    • Create mockups in minutes
  • Collaborative
    • Invite your friends/colleagues/clients
    • Share and edit your mockups
    • See updates in real-time
    • User chat
  • Upload your own images (assets)
  • HTML Preview
  • Standard editing tools (copy/cut/paste)
  • Visual editor
    • Drag-and-drop
    • Fast and easy
    • Properties editor
    • Multiple scenes (screens)
    • RichFaces components as UI design elements (Tiggr is the only design tool offering RichFaces support.)
      • Containers with various layouts (vertical, horizontal, flow, absolute)
      • Tab panels (switch between tabs)
      • Most popular JSF/RichFaces components
      • Data table with cols/rows span/split
  • Export
    • Make screenshots and save on your computer

 

 

Roadmap

  • Project skins and default styles for UI components
  • Markup palette
  • Addition controls and palettes

 

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