It is an unavoidable question of the WebAcappella community at the launch of a new version: why a new software when GRID or FX are working perfectly? Here are some answers to help you understand the philosophy of FUSION!
FUSION for its flexibility and productivity
Thought as the privileged interface to conceive elaborated web pages in conformity with the standards of the web without writing a single line of code, the WebAcappella 4, GRID and FX softwares knew how to seduce a broad pallet of users: the neophytes who create their first Internet site, the jack-of-all-trades who want to go further and the professionals of the web (integrator, webdesigner, agencies of com) increasingly numerous who want to save time to create certain static sites. I had to satisfy the whole WebAcappella community and that's the reason of FUSION.
Moreover, by choosing to rely on the Bootstrap grid layout system (the system most used by professionals), I offer you with FUSION a greater flexibility of adaptive layout according to screen formats. No need to multiply mouse clicks to create a page adapted to smartphones, tablets and computer screens, the software manages everything for you. This way, productivity is guaranteed!
FUSION for even more freedom
Even if there are many subscription services, I have chosen, as always since the very first WebAcappella 15 years ago, to offer you a software without commitment. You can test FUSION for free and if you are seduced, different licenses are proposed to you according to your profile or your needs. Unlimited website creation without subscription!
This freedom does not stop there since FUSION is compatible with ALL hosting companies, even low-cost ones. You are free to choose who you want!
Finally, at a time when GAFAM (Google Facebook, etc.) are making us more and more dependent, WebAcappella FUSION is an open and sustainable solution that will respect your visitors.
If I have to summarize what FUSION is, I would say that it is the most flexible and productive WebAcappella version ever created.
Grégory, the creator of WebAcappella