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Pixate: Beautiful Native Mobile Apps

A project in Palo Alto, CA by Pixate, Inc.

Cancelled by Creator

Pixate enables you to create beautiful native mobile apps styled with CSS.
Backers: 169
Average Pledge Per Backer: $129

Funded: $21,752 of $200,000
Dates: Jul 20th -> Aug 20th (32 days)
Project By: Pixate, Inc.
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Latest News

Pixate Campaign Relaunched, Re-Pledge Now...

August 14th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Creating Custom Shapes

August 11th - via:
For this update, we wanted to show you a little more coding. Specifically, we dig down a little into the internals of Pixate’s core graphics engine. We’ll extend ShapeKit to include a new custom burst shape. By the end of the post, you’ll see... (Read More)

Live Updating of Native iOS Controls with Photoshop

August 7th - via:
In this video, we're showing some progress we're making on reading styling information in real-time from Photoshop and applying a gradient directly to native iOS controls. In this case, we're styling a UINavigationBar and a couple of UILabels. This... (Read More)

Dynamic Styling of an Entire App

August 3rd - via:
We've put together a video mockup of what we're going to enable with Pixate -- application wide, dynamic restyling of your application using CSS. Why is this interesting? Because it enables you to style your entire app dynamically, allowing you to... (Read More)

Updated Linear Gradient Support in Pixate

August 1st - via:
Hello Kickstarters! First off, thank you, thank you, thank you to all of our backers for all of your amazing support. You folks are awesome and you're helping us to realize our dream of changing the very nature of how mobile design is done. We're... (Read More)

Pixate T-Shirts!

July 30th - via:
Fellow backers, we've added a new pledge level at $35 that now includes a limited-edition Pixate t-shirt (to be designed after successful campaign). If you've pledged $35 or more already, you'll automatically get the t-shirt if we're successful. If... (Read More)

Use Illustrator Drawings Directly in your Mobile App

July 28th - via:
Another quick screencast update showing off some other work we've done at Pixate. In this demo, we show how you can use Pixate to draw a simple radial gradient in Adobe Illustrator and then save that drawing and use it directly inside you iOS... (Read More)

CSS From Photoshop Layers in Real-Time

July 26th - via:
First, we want to thank the early backers of our project. We are all very excited and we need your support in further spreading the word to keep up the momentum. In the mean time, we've been working hard and wanted to update everyone on some progress... (Read More)

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