Even though my company focuses on front-end dev, we still use webflow for our marketing website because it's that easy.
They're by far the closest to achieving what Dreamweaver once set out to. Works best when used for marketing websites and when mixed with a basic respect for CSS.
(1) Idea > (2) Make page in something that feels like figma/sketch > (3) Publish ... is such a pleasant workflow.
Microsoft could, in one week, acquire Serif (Affinity), Black Magic (Davinci Resolve), Webflow, photopea.com, squarespace and have a day 1 full feature competitor to Adobe Creative Cloud. Microsoft Creator 365.
Im kind of shocked they have moved into the marketing cloud sector against Adobe, Salesforce and Oracle, but ignored creative tools while allowing companies like Serif to reinvent themselves overnight.