I spent a premium on Wappler for over an year and it didn’t work for me, and eventually I abandoned it after a long bitter experience… That said, they do have quite an active community and it does seem to work out for many creators… I would strongly recommend you to try it out, and make your own judgement.
Actually, I would like to slightly tweak Bob’s note… IMHO, Pinegrow is not a low-code tool, I call it your-own-code visual web designing tool…
The html markup, styling is purely yours and you build it all out. Even when you use frameworks like bootstrap within Pinegrow, all components & styling (bootstrap.css) is purely from the framework.
Pinegrow provides an amazing DX to design your HTML & to apply styling (CSS/SCSS/LESS) visually. When it comes to JS, it does visually support component re-usability but again, only visually. Checkout their master page, components & editable areas features. Pinegrow doesn’t provide any proprietary JS components. Pinegrow wisely stays away from any JS visual tooling. It’s easy to type “let myvar = 100”, instead of clicking five buttons to visually add this single line to your code.
One important thing to note is, your code (your-own-code) is completely open standards/formats (html/js/css/scss/less) and your are not locked into Pinegrow. Pinegrow stays very agnostic, and not lock you into proprietary file formats (like erstwhile dreamweaver).
If you are aspiring to build your own SAAS product, which I believe should be highly performant, my recommendation to you would be to upskill on the web technologies, probably pick one of the top amazing framework like Vue.js / Svelte and grow & evolve within their ecosystem, they have some amazing community support! Pinegrow will provide great value as one amongst your toolkit, when you want to build your HTML template & styling with vanila JS.
You should move this thread out of the “Random” category as this info might be helpful for other users as well. All the best!