eApps vs. Webflow

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
eApps
Score 1.0 out of 10
N/A
eApps is the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) or PaaS from the company of the same name in Norcross, Georgia.N/A
Webflow
Score 8.8 out of 10
N/A
Webflow headquartered in San Francisco offers what they describe as a visual solution to web design, with a CMS for editors, designers, and developers that they state allows users to create needed content structures, add content (by hand, from a CSV, or via our API), and then design it visually. Webflow service plans also include website hosting, with a basic plan for sites that don't need a CMS as well as CMS, Business, and Enterprise plans. Webflow's ecommerce plans are designed to support new…
$12
per month
Pricing
eAppsWebflow
Editions & Modules
No answers on this topic
Basic
$12.00
per month
CMS
$16.00
per month
Business
$36.00
per month
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
eAppsWebflow
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
More Pricing Information
Community Pulse
eAppsWebflow
Top Pros
Top Cons
Best Alternatives
eAppsWebflow
Small Businesses
Liquid Web
Liquid Web
Score 7.7 out of 10
Bloomreach Commerce Experience Cloud
Bloomreach Commerce Experience Cloud
Score 9.0 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
10Web Booster
10Web Booster
Score 8.6 out of 10
Bloomreach Commerce Experience Cloud
Bloomreach Commerce Experience Cloud
Score 9.0 out of 10
Enterprises
Pantheon
Pantheon
Score 8.7 out of 10
Bloomreach Commerce Experience Cloud
Bloomreach Commerce Experience Cloud
Score 9.0 out of 10
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User Ratings
eAppsWebflow
Likelihood to Recommend
1.0
(2 ratings)
8.4
(8 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
8.3
(3 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
6.5
(3 ratings)
User Testimonials
eAppsWebflow
Likelihood to Recommend
eApps
It may be good for a big site with a lot of traffic, but there are so many better sites if you don't have huge traffic.
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Webflow
Webflow is great for designing pages and creating a really nice looking website, without needing to be a pro designer. However, trying to scale a company blog for SEO leaves a lot of room for desire. There are various SEO-related shortcomings (like how canonical tags are added to pages) and I also need to add a lot of custom code elements to blog posts to get the desired control. This means adding new posts and getting them looking the way we want takes way more time than it should do. Also doesn't support next-gen images, which is impacting our page speed scores and leaving us behind when it comes to Core Web Vitals update. Finally, the fact that only one person can enter the designer at one time is really annoying. I get that the Editor should be the solution to this, but it's so so so slow and jumpy that this is essentially unusable.
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Pros
eApps
  • Eapps support is very good. We can always call and speak to a tech support technician 24 hours a day. They are also very knowledgable.
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Webflow
  • Easy to use and customize CMS.
  • Develop engaging CSS interactions and JavaScript animations visually.
  • Several competitively priced hosting tiers are available and all use AWS servers and Fastly CDN.
  • Code can be exported to be used with other CMS platforms such as WordPress, or E-Commerce platforms such as Shopify.
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Cons
eApps
  • They did nothing to try and save me money. [I feel] the price was ridiculously high for what I needed.
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Webflow
  • pricing is a little high
  • pretty steep learning curve
  • have to use 3rd party form vendor if you want to export and host yourself
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Usability
eApps
No answers on this topic
Webflow
It is extremely easy to use, especially with available templates and guides. It is used primarily by accounts and creative rather than dev. It is also easy to import/export projects or duplicate them for re-use and modification for another client. While it is rarely the end platform for a deliverable, it is often instrumental in pitching.
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Support Rating
eApps
No answers on this topic
Webflow
We pay hundreds of dollars a month to Webflow, yet their support is worse than a typical free SaaS product. We were prevented from deploying changes to our site because of how Webflow structures its support. It delayed a product launch for the whole company. Support options? Beg for help on community forums, it took a threat to email the CEO to finally get movement. If there were easy alternatives, we would switch. But for now we just pray nothing breaks and that we don't need to interact with Webflow support.
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Alternatives Considered
eApps
Eapps is a cheaper alternative to AWS and Rackspace.
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Webflow
The code quality and speed can't even be compared to Elementor; Webflow is simply a much better tool. Instapage has a cool feature for dynamic landing pages, which changes according to Google Ads Keyword, which I miss; however, amazing webflow community members recreated that functionality with a custom script. For the majority of users, it's a safer bet than WordPress in terms of speed and code quality. WordPress could provide amazing results if hosted properly (nginx, caching configuration) and requires best practices to maintain code quality. Webflow solves these issues out of the box at a fraction of cost.
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Return on Investment
eApps
  • Uptime is critical for my business. Recently we had some issues with uptime, but they were resolved rather quickly.
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Webflow
  • It allowed us to go from earning hundreds to thousands
  • We were able to expand our services
  • The only negative would be that we cannot really use it as a Shopify substitute yet, nor a big blog site.
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