It is not clear to me what are differences between Sitecore SXA and Hedgehog Feydra. Both seems to address similar issues and help frontend and backend developers to speed up the things. I have already went through this article but it seems to be outdated.
If I simplify what I understand so far about these products:
Sitecore SXA helps frontend developers to add styles, scripts, and so on without even opening / installing Sitecore. For backend developers it adds some information architecture defaults to your tenants and sites and also lot of other useful things like components, page/partial designs, bundling, minification, CORS support, ...
Feydra is really "just" driving cooperation between frontend and backend developers and also supports frontend developers who also (like with SXA) don't need to work directly in Sitecore.
- Is it worth paying for Hedgehog Feydra when it has less features as Sitecore SXA and Sitecore SXA is free of charge as of Sitecore 9 with consumption license?
- What are pros and cons of both products?