I'm not sure if i'm alone here, but I don't like these types of programs and here's why:
I do think Webflow is one of the best solutions out there, but I just don't see how these types of programs will ever work. There is a constant battle to have the latest technologies implemented and I just see it eventually falling behind.
I love writing raw code, and seeing it all come to life is where I get my kick from, these programs just seem artificial in a sense. Putting blocks onto a page and creating interactions with clicks just seems unnatural.
In Webflows case, you can't edit your generated code (unless you download it), which is not how I like things. I like to get dirty with my code. I want to be able to say, yeah...all that code, came from a certain sequence of keyboard presses, from my brain! I'm awesome! If Webflow were to help me with that, that would be better. I just feel like these programs are trying to control too much.
These programs should help you and guide you down the right way, and every time I look at one of these, I feel like I did the first time I had Dreamweaver put in from of me, but I was able to do it myself, learn myself and Dreamweaver may not be the best program for coding but it auto-completed things for me, closed my tags, showed me more options in my css and ultimately helped me better my coding skills.
In conclusion, I'd like to end it with a quote: ‘Our AI systems must do what we want them to do,’ - Steven Hawking Though this is referring to artificial intelligence, I think this can be applied here.