When comparing Mockplus vs Froont, the Slant community recommends Froont for most people. In the question“What are the best high-fidelity website design tools?” Froont is ranked 5th while Mockplus is ranked 10th. The most important reason people chose Froont is:
Froont is free for anyone with a [public website](http://froont.com/-terms). This means you agree to your project being shared on the Froont website, where other Froont users may use the design.
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Pro Large ready-made component library
There's a large library of 200 pre-designed components that help you with building mockups as fast and easy as possible.
Pro Easy to use
You can get started easily without learning or training. Beginners can master the tool in a short period of time.
Pro Rapid prototyping without a single line of code
Mockplus has a very intuitive interface that lets you quickly build your prototypes with no programming needed. You are able to create interactive components with the drag and drop feature.
Pro Newly added 3000+ SVG icons
There will be around 3000 icons for your free use, with around 2500+ vector icons integrated with the previous 400+ flat icons. Check for more here.
Pro Creating interactive wireframes/prototypes is fast
You can quickly build interactive prototypes using the drag and drop. A set of pre-designed components, including pop-up panel, stack panel, scroll box, sliding drawer and image carousel, helps you create the prototype faster.
Pro Free version is available
There is a free version available.
Pro Free for public websites
Froont is free for anyone with a public website. This means you agree to your project being shared on the Froont website, where other Froont users may use the design.
Pro Allows creating responsive pages
Froont allows you to set media queries for creating responsive websites. It provides other features for making responsive sites easily, such as an easily adjustable grid.
Con No Linux version
Mockplus is available for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS, but not Linux.
Con Requires paid subscription to export design
If you want to export the HTML, you have to subscribe to a Pro account ($6.50/month).
Froont is a web app that runs in your browser - not a full desktop application. While the developer touts this as a 'feature', web apps cannot be as full-featured - nor as stable - as desktop apps (specially when dealing with projects that might be large, or complex).
Con Buggy auto-save
Froont does not provide users with a way to save work, instead making you rely on the auto-save feature that saves every minute. However it's been known to be buggy and not save progress.