Easily See Your Design on Different Screen Sizes
If you’re designing an app that works on multiple devices, you’ll need to see how your layout looks on small, medium, and large screens. Also, what you see in the Editor should better reflect how the layout will respond in the actual app. We’re going to make it easy to jump to different device widths in the Editor and in Preview, and improve the accuracy of the Editor’s layout engine so you don’t have to jump to Preview as often.
Are there any plans to add columns as a way to help make formatting easier for web apps? My formatting is all over the place with the way Adalo does it by default. I'd like to have two columns and some things automatically move left, other things move to the right, and some stay where they were. I think columns or content boxes that can be any number of columns would be an easy solution. This would help make web apps more responsive since column two would automatically fall to below column one on smaller devices. (an adjustable breakpoint would be helpful too).
It would also help to be able to see when an item is completely centered vs lined up with another component. I'd suggest making the line bold or a different color to show when the component is completely centered on the screen or content (box, container, block, whatever it would be called).
HI! Could you also add options for different screen sizes? For example, in the preview, one can press on "Iphone" and then choose any particular iPhone's screen
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