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Which NoCode platform should you choose?

Webflow vs

Webflow and are two fast-growing no-code platforms that provide powerful design tools to build websites. Webflow on one hand is great for building beautiful landing pages, but lacks the flexibility to add functionality required to build dynamic content. In contrast, enables you to build any functionality you can think of through a powerful NoCode workflows system.

While webflow shines in design, shines in functionality and flexibility. Webflow Pricing 25$/month 25$/month What you can build Websites, WebApps Static Websites Difficulty boltboltboltboltbolt boltboltboltboltbolt Canvas-based designing check check Free plan available check check Drag & Drop elements check check Database check check User-generated content check clear Back-end functionality check clear Mailchimp integration check clear External APIs support check clear Login/Signup check clear Project Export Full NodeJs Project HTML only Best for Dynamic Websites, Web-Apps, Platforms Static Landing Pages

Which platform should I choose?

Each platform is best suited for a specific type of project. Webflow on one hand is best for static landing page, meaning that it's good for making beautiful landing pages with little to no functionality. on the other hand is more flexible which means that it's best suited when you need more functionality such as adding a comment section to your blog, creating web-apps and platforms. That is thanks to's Visual Programming tool that allows you to create workflows and make your website dynamic. Users can interact with your content and you can built literally anything you can think of.

What you can build

Webflow is great for building beautiful landing pages and websites. It has a CMS functionality which allows you to populate your website with data such as a simple blog (without the comments feature unless you use external services).

With, there is no limit in what you can build, whether it's a landing pages, a full-featured blog, a marketplace, a chat app, an airbnb clone... Anything you can think of.

Canvas-based designing

Both platforms are canvas-based meaning that you have full control over the look and feel of your design. You are not limited to specific templates, though both platforms provide templates to quickly get started.

Database & User-generated content

Both platforms allow you to use a database to populate the content of your pages, however with Webflow, you are limited to static content. Your users cannot interact with it by leaving comments on your blog for example. For that you need to use external solutions that often times require coding. With the database system is very flexible. You can add secure forms that provide ways for your users to interact with your databse. This means you can add a native comment section or build anything you can think of from a Chat app to a Reddit clone.

Back-end functionality allows you to run workflows on the backend which is useful for a wide range of applications.

External APIs support

Both platforms allow you to connect to external APIs. This can be useful when you need to connect with an external service to provide the functionality you need.

Login/Signup provides login & signup forms that allow you to build member areas which is extremely useful and important when building

Project Export

Webflow allows you to export the HTML pages of your projects which is good if you want to self-host your static pages. on the other hand enables you to export your whole project as a standalone NodeJS application that you can host on your own servers independently from It is very useful when you need to

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