What do you like best?
Everything about Betty Blocks is rather unassuming. For any given task you need to complete, there are typically multiple ways of getting it done.
From simple to complex, Betty Blocks can do it all. It’s been used to build API endpoints, forums, blogs, business sites, brochure pages and multimedia sites. It can handle languages, advanced security permissions, and customizing of the manager for client logins.
What do you dislike?
The codebase of Betty Blocks doesn’t utilize some modern PSR standards such as autoloading and namespaces
Don’t let this prevent you from trying Betty Blocks though: with age comes wisdom, and the entire Betty Blocks platform is quite capable, mature, secure, and extensible. However, you’ll see developers criticize the code patterns that can not be accessible.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
In fact, if you’re typically a hand coder, or non-tehnical person Betty Blocks may be the best choice for you. The learning curve to creating great application is extremely small.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Like any tool, it has specific use cases where it fits best. Betty Blocks is a great choice for a non-technical person who needs to give clients protected access to editing content.
Betty Blocks is excellent, with a pretty strait learning curve, if you’re a non-technical person, or developer, and want freedom to design how you wish.