Published 12 months ago by sktch

Webflow VS Bubble VS - Which No-Code platform to choose?

Several no-code platforms allow solving different problems. Some are more oriented to front-end while others also support back-end as well. While website builders such as Squarespace, Wordpress or Drupal are very popular, these are template-based, meaning that you can only install pre-built templates and customize them to a certain limit. If you want a truly custom solution you would have to open a text editor and code it yourself! In this article, we are interested in canvas-based platforms as they allow for more flexibility. If your goal is to build truly unique experiences, canvas-based platforms are the way to go. The main no-code platforms for building fully customizable websites and web-apps are Webflow, Bubble and In this article, we are going to cover the main differences, strengths and weaknesses of each platform to provide you with guidance in choosing the tool to use for your next project. Transparency notice: This blog is maintained by's team so we can't say it's totally unbiased!


Webflow is a front-end website builder loved by the web designer community. The interface is clean, well thought out and straight to the point. Various elements can be drag-and-dropped to the canvas and then easily customized. All major CSS properties are available.



In summary, webflow is great for making beautiful landing pages or portfolios, but you won't be able to build data-driven and functional websites/apps with it. Webflow Editor


For very long, bubble was the only platform that truly allowed building the backend without writing code. The platform is great for building MVPs (Minimal Viable Product) and test out an idea before hiring developers to build the real thing!



Bubble Editor is by far the best platform out there, it only has pros and no cons (told you, we're a little biased)! But seriously, is a newcomer and is inspired from both Webflow and Bubble. It combines the friendly user experience offered by Webflow on the front-end with back-end capabilities that exceed what is possible with Bubble. In two words, is easy-to-use and flexible!


Cons No-Code Editor


Uri10 months ago
I’m rooting for sktch! But I see things a little differently on bubble vs. Sktch. It’s sktch that seems tougher to learn. Although maybe it’s that there aren’t simple tutorials. There are videos that show how to build complex things, but not so much on basic building concepts. sktch does seem faster and more flexible than bubble, but it’s hard to dive into.
Vinek T.10 months ago
Interesting! I'll give it a try.

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