Now it is clear that we have two options: either continue to use the Adobe Muse, or start using Webflow. I do not see any other services for developing websites without code.
Let's highlight the advantages and disadvantages of each program.
Compare their capabilities in the creation of sites, ease of use, help and other
Do you really want a "service" based solution again ?
The following points made in Re: Adobe Muse EOL announcement - Alternatives to Adobe Muse? seem relative to your thread.
After reading all these posts in this and the other threads, I am dumbfounded by the fact that there are Muse users who are willing to throw themselves into a locked and closed ecosystem and workflow yet again! And one where the user needs to be online ALL THE TIME while working on a project, and source files are kept on third-party servers. It's worse than relying on Muse and BC. It really is.
Everyone needs to decide for themselves what works for them.
Still, I'd think twice of relying on a server-based third-party service that requires you to be online at all times and asks for rent again. Why would you ever want to found your business on that? I'd worry myself sick. It's too volatile, just as it was too volatile to rely on Muse for your entire web design business. At least, that is my personal opinion.
Certainly some strong things to consider when comparing the differences or seeing the similarities of Muse and Weblfow.
If you want drag & drop ease of use for new projects, look at NetObjects Fusion desktop software.
Full version: $130
NOF Essentials: FREE
I'm ready to pay any price for a powerful visual "way" of creating sites that will allow you to create impeccable animation of objects and scrolling. Allows you to create amazing sites in terms of design. You could not advise me?
I'm using Mobirise Website Builder and don't have to complain about it.
Seems very intuitive to me.