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5/5Recently (1 review)
This is the best thing that has happened to me. I was planning to create a website for my SaaS product before I launch it, however, the themes/templates available were not upto my satisfaction. Changing them meant I would have to learn React, TailwindCSS which is not possible considering this short time possible. None of the other Visual IDEs could make much sense to a non-web developer like myself; except for ReactBricks. It's easy to use, you can export your project, host it anywhere you like. What's more, it has a free plan that is quite generous. This is just perfect!
React Bricks is the best CMS I've ever tried. For non-tech people is super easy to create and manage pages. At the same time the developer experience has improved, reusing our design-system react components is the key feature that made us migrate from Wordpress to React Bricks!
There have been times I wish I could modify the underlying code for a brick or a webpage. Other times I've wished all the components were linked together or better documented on their configurations, i.e. there are "blog" components that aren't on the native webpage setup. Love the vs code extension, really helps when making new pages. All in all, it's a great product/project and I definitely recommend starting now.
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