Hi all. I am currently investigating the possibility of our design team using Plasmic with our react project. I have some questions because we don’t have a standard react project.
Since Plasmic Studio runs on the cloud, will any of our code be stored on the Plasmic cloud when we register our custom components?
We are currently moving many of our custom components into their own projects as npm packages. Will this be a problem for Plasmic? What about importing 3rd Party components like Material UI and Kendo (requires license)?
Our CSS is not stored in our code base but because of whitelabelling, it is retrieved from an API at runtime. Can this implementation be handled by Plasmic?
We are moving in the future for microservices (splitting our project into smaller ones). Will this be handled by Plasmic?
Hi @yang, we were already discussing this a bit via email. We actually work with Mark – so just to clarify and perhaps paint a clearer picture here: the use case here would primarily be to use Plasmic as a visual builder. The biggest advantage for me as a UI designer – at the moment – is its ability to tap into our repo so that I can directly work with whatever components we currently have in the codebase.
I suppose we won’t be doing actual deployment from Plasmic, so probably that falls into a “things in between” [headless API vs. codegen] category that you mentioned in your email.