Sketch2Code vs Devsync: What are the differences?
Developers describe Sketch2Code as "Turn hand-drawn design into a HTML with AI (By Microsoft)". It uses AI to convert hand-written drawings to working HTML prototypes. Designers share ideas on a whiteboard, then changes are shown in the browser instantly. On the other hand, Devsync is detailed as "Visually edit CSS. Live-sync the result with your editor". It is a Webflow-like visual editor (Chrome Devtools extension) that live-syncs edits with your code editor. Apply CSS edits visually in real-time and style your page without writing CSS.
Sketch2Code and Devsync can be primarily classified as "No Code Platforms" tools.
Some of the features offered by Sketch2Code are:
- Computer Vision Service
- Dynamic design
- Convert hand-written drawings to working HTML prototypes
On the other hand, Devsync provides the following key features:
- Edit websites visually
- Sync with your editor
- Edit any website