Build in Webflow, optimise with Flowty, host where you want.
Flowty’s code takes your Webflow site, runs the pages through the Eleventy static site generator, and applies a series of optimisations to the page content and assets.
Flowty outputs sites as good old fashioned HTML files. This allows sites to be hosted almost anywhere.
With Flowty, you still use Webflow’s design and editing tools to build, publish, and maintain sites.
Publish it to a staging URL
You’ll get a unique site ID & code which you can upload to a GitHub or GitLab.
As simple as clicking a few toggles
Create a new site by connecting your code repository to a hosting service like Cloudflare Pages, Netlify, Vercel, Render, or others.
Use webhooks to set your site to rebuild whenever you update Webflow or your Flowty settings.
Yes, you can continue to use Webflow’s designer & editor to maintain your site just as you normally do.
You’ll be able to connect your Flowty site to Webflow using webhooks, to ensure your production site remains up-to-date whenever you make changes in Webflow.
If you don’t need any of Webflow’s advanced features, then no you do not need a paid Webflow Site Plan. If you are a heavy Webflow forms user, or using CMS or eCommerce functionality, then you will need a paid Webflow Site Plan for those functions to work on your Flowty site.
No. Flowty is a paid service. By paying a small amount each month to use Flowty you allow me to continue actively developing and supporting it.
If you need to see how it works, schedule a demo using this calendar link.
You can host your Flowty site anywhere that can run NodeJS and serve static HTML web pages. If you want, you can even host it on your own Raspberry Pi device powered by solar panels!
Yes, they will still work based on the limits of your site’s Webflow plan.
Yes, absolutely! If you’d like a performance audit of your Webflow design, or want a quick consulting call, email [email protected]
Sure! Schedule a demo using this calendar link.