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Froont wants to solve many-screen design problems from within the browser

Froont is clearly aimed at reducing users’ need for traditional front-end development, it’s not as though it does away with devs altogether. “You can export clean HTML code or ready CSS which can be later added to any other platform,” Andersone said. “At that stage you need to have a developer who could connect it to an existing CMS or platform.”


Froont, a Baltic-U.S. startup, has released a public beta of its in-browser responsive web design tool, which aims to automate front-end development for the benefit of designers.

Responsive web design is all the rage right now: it basically means designing a website so that it renders nicely across a variety of device types, from the desktop to the handset (we’re into this stuff ourselves, you will have hopefully noticed). Froont isn’t the only company trying to tackle this market – Adobe(s adbe) is notably previewing its Edge Reflow tool at the moment – but co-founder Anna Andersone reckons her company offers a simpler experience than most.

“Most of the other tools are template-based,” she told me. “Froont allows complete design freedom, so in the responsive design field that is quite new. There is competition from Adobe Edge Reflow, but the main difference is that Froont is an in-browser tool…

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