Webflow has truly been a blessing for me. I've really enjoyed creating websites with it, and love how it allows relatively code-free design but still manipulating code elements through a human interface. Today, I stumbled upon Webydo. At first, the interface was impressive, (although it looks like they copied the finer points from webflow ). I was impressed, however, with the drag and drop capabilities. So, I was wondering if Webflow had plans to do something like this, or if anyone else was interested in such a feature. I think a combination of the two camps - WYSIWYG and code - could be something that finally bridges the gap between mockups and live code. I still make my mockups in Photoshop, and then translate that to webflow. Maybe its best practice to speak Webflow fluently, so to say, but it's still more natural to "physically" take elements and move them around. Is it feasible, or desirable? I'll leave that up to ya'll.
Tl;dr: Personally, I find webflow much better made, intuitive, and user-friendly. Also I get a much better "vibe" from the service, something I never ignore in making decisions. However, there might be interest in an interface that combines code-based and WYSIWYG editing.