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If this is intended to be open source, then just post it to Github regardless of the project's state. You are likely to get more traction there than here since no one will be required to give you their contact info.
thanks for the advice. You're right, I should post it on GitHub. It's just that I've never worked with GH before. I guess that'll change soon then
I'll post the link as soon as I'm finished writing up the documentation and we'll see how it goes from there.
alright, I've finally managed to write up some documentation and put up a repository on GitHub. You can check out the website for Phrame.js where you can download the latest version and read through the documentation. Or you can just fork Phrame.js on github. Keep in mind: this is still an -alpha release-.
Reading through the doc will explain how the framework works, but not what it's capable of. I'm planning on writing a tutorial somewhere in the feature, but first I'd like to take a break and relax a little
I've (quickyly) tested this framework in Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator, so the framework SHOULD work platform independantly.
So, as stated before: feedback would be greatly appreciated and if you have any requests, feel free to contact me.