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Well I could pick apart the generated HTML pretty easily along with the inherent limitations... but I won't bother.
Short: Even in their promo video it doesn't come close to doing what a good coder can do.
right, we can do better, but for non coders it seems like the pick of the bunch...I went with coffeecup html editor in the end...works fine :)
But non-coders aren't the ones building websites for clients... or are they...??
with software like this then they may start to more and more....
Yep, more badly coded sites, that's what we need on the web!!
I agree the code output is probably bloated and not great, but I think these kind of apps are good for prototyping. It can also let a designer give the developer more of an understanding of how the design should work across various breakpoints.
Agree, have no problem with prototyping apps/frameworks. Just shudder when I think of that code being released in the wild.
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