Animation showing Diez in action Diez radically reduces the cost of delivering a consistent visual identity across your company’s apps & websites. Get Started Enterprise Edition Diez is a free & open-source developer toolkit for expressing visual styles that can be shared across codebases, native platforms, and teams. Diez comes in three parts: 1. Design language framework Use TypeScript to compose design tokens into scalable and extensible collections of styles, themes, and visual guidelines. Your brand identity fits right here — as code. From colors to typography, drop shadows to border radii, gradients to usage guidelines, logos to icons: if you can imagine it, you can express it in Diez. 2. Cross-platform native compiler Build any Diez project into pure native libraries for iOS, Android, or Web, ready for any new or existing codebase. Optimized for native-developer ergonomics — with autocomplete, inline documentation, and package manager support for iOS, Android, and Web: Diez makes it easy for everyone to rally around a common design language. Your design system’s missing half Diez naturally integrates with any UI component solution in the world to help you create a complete design system. Scales like a dream Import, reuse & reference: great for composing multiple brands with shared assets & styles. Strongly typed from end-to-end, Diez scales to thousands of files, hundreds of codebases, and dozens of teams without skipping a beat. Infinitely customizable Diez is built around plugins: from the platforms it supports to the kinds of data you can express. No matter the requirements of your design system — whether you’re wrangling one brand or a hundred — you can customize Diez to fit your needs. DocsGen Add-on(Enterprise Edition only) From any Diez project, Diez DocsGen builds up-to-the-moment, customizable, and self-hostable design language docs as static HTML pages. It’s never been easier to get everyone in your organization speaking the same design language. URL Out – https://diez.org/Author – diez.orgDate – 2019-11-28 15:20:26
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