I made this website recently using Webflow to build the UI https://cheapest-internet.co.nz.
It’s a site that ranks New Zealand ISPs by cheapest to most expensive monthly plans. A little bit of custom code is used to pull some data from Google Sheet then render it onto the page.
The number of rankings in the Google Sheet is variable, so I needed a way to dynamically create the right number of line items to show on the website. This is achieved by creating a “template” line item in the Webflow desinger, then using custom code to clone this item and inject values into it.
In the Webflow designer, the template looks like this:
Then once rendered onto the page, it looks like this:
This mini project has reinforced my belief that Webflow is way underutilised for MVPs and simple apps. I hacked this together in a few hours, and for quick and dirty proof of concept, Webflow (plus a bit of custom code) can produce amazing results.