There are so many differences among these tools, but there’s one thing in common: 【To make the Developing Stage easier, faster, and overall better.】
Let’s take a look and see what do these tools offer.
From this chart, you can easily tell the differences between these tools. Even if they are aimed to complete the same target — to build a Webpage, but there are still designed differently in the first place to convey different results. Designers & Developers can follow their own needs or reference, to pick the suitable tools.
Let’s have a deeper insight on other tools on the chart.
Anima lets designers create high-fidelity prototypes with Sketch, Adobe XD, and Figma, whilst allowing developers to export developer-friendly code in a matter of a few clicks.
Developers can export these designs as HTML & CSS, or React code, in a matter of a few clicks. Anima gives you component-based, clean code that developers love to use.
Webflow is an in-browser design tool that gives you the power to design, build, and launch responsive websites visually. It’s basically an all-in-one design platform that you can use to go from the initial idea to a ready-to-use product.
Here are a few things that Webflow helps:
- The visual design and code are not separated.
- It allows you to reuse CSS classes.
Zeplin is a plugin and standalone desktop application for Mac and Windows specifically designed to bridge the gap between designers and engineers. It takes designs from Sketch, Adobe XD CC, Figma, or Adobe Photoshop CC and exports them into a format that generates code snippets, design specs, and assets.
1. One design file for all
In pxCode, it uses only one design to develop everything, because pxCode helps to build Responsive Web, one design can be applied for all different resolutions.
2. Essential Design file support and Code export
As a No-Code tool, you don’t need to have programming knowledge to build Responsive Webpage in pxCode. It auto-generated usable code for you. pxCode supports React, React JS, HTML, SCSS code, which is basically all you need.
With Design, pxCode integrates with Figma and Sketch, which are the two main current prototyping tools. With these features provide, pxCode has basically fulfilled a normal developer’s needs.
3. It’s completely free! 🤯
This is the simple introductions of these big Web Development tools. First, you have to make sure which developing way suits you better, and you can then pick the best tool for you in order to have the most efficient developing way!
Hope you enjoy this article, Good luck! 😉🙌