We've introduced a new Position Constraint called "Scale." When applied, this constraint allows elements to maintain their size relative to the background, which is particularly useful when placing background images and ensuring they cover the entire canvas.
Learn more about the different Position Constraints on our new docs page.
Additionally, we’ve refined the way of adding new arrows or form elements to your snap.
When clicking on the form element button on the top of the editor and choosing the desired element, you can now immediately start drawing on the canvas. This makes it easier to place the element right where you want it.
Video showing how to draw arrows and form elements
From now on, you will see all the colors you have used in the current snap at the top of each color picker. This gives you easy access to all relevant colors.
In addition, we have separated the recently used colors from the preset color palette to make both easier accessible. You can also pin the recently used colors to create your own preferred color palette
We've improved our image component! Now, you can easily add handpicked dev-icons, emojis, and other icons. Plus, you can easily replace an image while keeping the configured settings on the right toolbar. In the element tree, you'll also see a small preview image for easier orientation.
When creating a new snap with snappify, you maybe need different starting points. Like either you want to start with a Blank canvas, or only a code editor.
That’s why we’ve introduced a new Modal for creating snaps, where you can choose the default snap to start with! It also includes a link to our new Template Gallery, if you want to get started with a more sophisticated Templates.
We’d love to hear your feedback about this. Do you maybe have default styles you’d like to be added to this modal or other additions you’d like to see?