Vlad mentioned plug-ins in the last workshop I think this topic deserves special attention. The reason is just how dangerous it might be. (Everything which brings greater potency comes with greater dangers on its back side).
Sure we do not want Webflow to turn into the plug-in nightmare that Wordpress is and I am certain this is one one of the starting points for the Webflow team when developing the whole concept.
I would like to address a much deeper aspect. The question is not whether plug-in architecture should be implemented cautiously and wisely and it is not even how exactly it should be implemented. I’m wondering, should we have plug-in architecture on the first place? Does it really enable faster product improvement?
I’d like to ask the community to share examples in which plug-in architecture has allowed for the development of products rich in scope and quality and much better as whole compared to their non-plug-in competitors.