InVision vs Proto.io vs Typostrap

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InVision

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Proto.io

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Typostrap

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Pros of InVision
Pros of Proto.io
Pros of Typostrap
  • 158
    Collaborative
  • 128
    Simple
  • 95
    Pretty
  • 79
    Quick
  • 45
    Works with lots of devices
  • 33
    Free
  • 29
    Cool for remote team prototyping
  • 17
    It revolutionized the way I share work with clients
  • 10
    Legendary customer support
  • 8
    Dropbox Integration
  • 3
    Collaboration
  • 3
    Easy
  • 2
    Rapid Prototyping
  • 2
    LiveShare
  • 1
    They are always improving the product suite
  • 1
    Allows for a comprehensive workflow
  • 1
    Annotation
  • 1
    Beautiful UI
  • 1
    Brings mockups to life
  • 4
    Easy to get started with a good set of UI controls
  • 3
    Design on site, better than simply importing stuff
  • 3
    Try prototype on mobile device
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    What is InVision?

    InVision lets you create stunningly realistic interactive wireframes and prototypes without compromising your creative vision.

    What is Proto.io?

    Proto.io supports all the major mobile gestures and touch events like tap, tap-hold, swipe, pinch, and zoom. Interaction designers are not limited to a single ‘link’ transition anymore. Instead they can apply animated screen transitions like slide, fade, pop, flip, flow, and turn.

    What is Typostrap?

    Typostrap is a rapid prototyping tool for planning and building a working concept of your website or application. Typostrap is built on top of a modern, UX-focused Content Management System, TYPO3 Neos and the most advanced responsive front-end framework, Zurb Foundation. Having TYPO3 Neos on board gives you power and flexibility of a Content Management System and makes your prototypes fully interactive, with real behaviour, real content and working interactions. Zurb Foundation brings a responsive grid and all necessary components to build your product quickly and easily. It is the black belt in prototyping.

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          Flight is distinct from existing frameworks in that it doesn't prescribe or provide any particular approach to rendering or providing data to a web application. It's agnostic to how requests are routed, which templating language you use or even if you render your HTML on the client or the server. While some web frameworks encourage developers to arrange their code around a prescribed model layer, Flight is organized around the existing DOM model with functionality mapped directly to DOM nodes.
          Sketch
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          Zeplin
          Collaboration app for designers & developers. Supports Sketch and Photoshop (on beta!).
          Marvel
          A super simple tool that turns any image (including PSDs) or sketch into interactive prototypes for any device. Powered by Dropbox.
          Adobe XD
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