I have been into coding for a relative short span of time yet and probably the answer to the question I am about to ask will come over time. Anyway, in order to boost my enthusiasm I thought it would be a good move to ask to the elders.
I started to learn coding out of curiosity. I thought that it could be useful to approach at least the basics of such widespread tool. The web is a huge source of tutorials and tips to learn how to create very engaging projects through coding. I am now learning the basics of front-end web developing and on the way I am also taking a look to UI and UE. I came across some interesting tutorials that, beside teaching the conventional ways of coding (text editing) they are also teaching how to create user interfaces for mobile devices with softwares that automatically generate code out of design drafts.
My question is, if coding can now be easily substituted with software such as Supernova studio, skipping the whole process of writing down the code manually, which will be, in the end, the benefits of knowing how to code?
Now, I am pretty sure there are plenty of valid reasons and that is why I am asking here in this community.