Vev and Readymag are similar tools if you want a Design Editor for superb online experiences without coding.
There are still some key differences between the technologies.
Readymag has a really good animation tool.
Yes. Native animation tool + Lottie animations.
Lots of cool templates to choose from.
Create your own templates to reuse in addition to some standard templates to get you started.
You can group projects together and create collections containing several projects.
Create several teams and workspaces within your Vev account.
Vev has plugins for almost any analytics platform out there, and we add more on request.
Up to 3,600 px Browser width.
Yes, across all different devices - but also create your own.
Host through Readymag on custom domain.
Unique world-class hosting opportunities. Host on your own server or ours.
A new and ambitious approach to design tool UX.
Inspired by familiar design tools.
Adaptable to desktop/phone/tablet.
Adaptable for all devices in addition to custom canvas sizes and layouts.
Yes, they have a variety of basic components you can add to your canvas.
Plenty of special effects widgets and components to use in addition to basic components. Lots of options to edit widget settings.
Design tool only.
Code injection and custom CSS.
A native React Developer Tool lets you create new components and editors, and lets you customize the native ones. 😲
Design tool quite (😉) familiar to designers, that generates code in the background.
Design tool familiar to designers, that generates code in the background.
The biggest difference between Vev and Readymag is the UI/UX. Vev is inspired by well-known design tools, so if you are a trained designer you will speak our language. Readymag has an unfamiliar interface, though, they do have a good learning center to help you through the unknown waters.
In addition to the Design Editor, Vev has more functionality for developers, and the software is also more customizable to the users' needs; be that different hosting options, custom tracking, or user management.
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