The two are not comparable for me- Webflow builds quick and easy front end builds with a cms.
I would argue Squarespace is a better tool for simple websites with a cms. I actually believe 80% of websites can fit in a Squarespace template and recreating very basic sites from scratch is actually counterintuitive.
For the other 20% of online products with unique features I think Bubble is a game changer - a front-end/ back end full service programming tool that allows people to build MVP’s in an insane time frame.
Of these online products, again, I would argue that most are made up of 80% the same features most of which are covered by bubble and 20% real true innovation that requires an engineering team.
But I until I get there, i’m sticking with Bubble to launch all my MVPs and would recommend the same to any product builder out there.
On another note, I actually think that Bubble’s interface for designing UI in-browser is simpler and therefore better than Sketch etc. not to mention cutting that whole step out.
Thanks again to @emmanuel and the team for killing it.