Thanks Josh, that is really good to know.
I am new to Webflow but familiar with foxycart from years gone by. As a Design/UX tool with the ability to generate clean code, Webflow is pretty amazing - best of the bunch out there. Means I can work with the client and end up giving developers a “This is exactly what I want” when I do need to export. But would be great to design up a course, plug in foxy and hit publish.
But there are a number of shortcomings when it comes to deciding to actually host anything more than a simple sites on webflow. Lightboxes in collections and from file sets, no folders, no ability to add PDF to assets and a few others that people (who have used Webflow a lot longer than I have) in the forums keep bringing up. Also, just discovered on Team Plan, I cannot set-up annual client billing, only monthly is an option, so right now we are finding ourselves outputting code into another CMS. That makes sense 50% of time, but would be nice to do more and add paid hosting directly from Webflow.
But now we have the API and the fact you guys are building out inventory integration is awesome news. I know Webflow will continue to add new features too (They work really hard and have so much to do to keep the community happy) so I am sure over time, we can use Webflow more and more for hosting sites so Foxy will be important. I will check if there is a wish list created for recurring collections - it will be essential for training and other date based repeat bookings
Thanks again for the prompt response on Foxy Josh