XD is not intended as a replacement for Muse. It's a tool for designing and prototyping user interfaces. There are requests for us to add the ability to export HTML or to make it easy to convert to HTML, so you may want to go vote for these features:
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According to Creative Bloq, "Adobe currently suggests export to their Dreamweaver and Muse platforms". See here: Adobe launches all-new design tool | Software | Creative Bloq
If you guys do get around to looking into code options, especially when you start working on micro-interactions and animation, you might want to consider what's on the horizon from InVision: Prototype interactions & animations in InVision (see the 42 second mark). Now that would be cool!
What about XD mobile designs?... will they be exported to xCode... this would be sweet for informative apps.
I don't see a suggestion yet for that kind of feature in UserVoice, please go add it here: Adobe XD: Feature Requests: Top (407 ideas) – Adobe XD Feedback : Feature Requests & Bugs
If XD is " not a replacement for Muse", how come Adobe have stopped support for Muse and have suggested using XD, even though it does not create HTML pages. ? CONFUSED!!!!
I haven't seen an update today, but it's development of features that has stopped today. Support stops on May 20th 2019.
XD is given as one of three suggestions:
Here's the relevant paragraph:
"If you are building complex websites and applications, you can now use Adobe XD. Although XD does not generate web-ready code as Adobe Muse did, XD is an all-in-one solution that allows users to design, prototype and collaborate with stakeholders and developers to bring their websites to life."
The way I understand it is that you would use XD to achieve a signed-off page design, and then the page would be developed using whatever tools your site developers use. For the "complex websites" use case, I don't think the developers of those sites use Muse.