Just had an opportunity to read both of your posts. I’m using it to quickly grab code that I can integrate into a project to add onto pages, blogs, etc., where it’s a new client and they need a continuation of work to be performed. This is helpful for clients we haven’t worked with before, but they don’t need to rip everything out. It helps to get a better understanding of the layouts and what’s going on. Also, for those who used visual builders, we can convert that to a coded, dynamic solution and get them away from that.
I’d like to see the assets downloadable, that would be more than helpful, and organized in the project folders. I could take it from there.
This is a good start, and a helpful tool. While you’re talking about prototyping tools and quick-start templated frameworks like Understrap, that’s not quite the point here and is a whole other discussion.