Hi Forge team,
Thank you for bringing this platform to the world. I built two macros with almost the same functionality. ACE-based one requires 30 files and has 28 dependencies. Forge-based requires 4 files and 4 dependencies. There are just stats, but you really put out of the table all hidden tricks with macro parameters, API calls as a user via oauth, environments, hosting etc.
I really like the way you handled Confluence macro module. As far as I understand there is no static/dynamic split in Forge, right? Instead of making a hard decision between super fast but functionally limited
staticMacro and rich but slow, iframe-based
dynamicMacro there is just one, server-side rendered macro type. My experience is that sizing works better, it’s much faster than ACE’s
dynamicMacro (but obviously not as fast as
Thing that I can not find is something similar to ACE’s
outputType. All Forge macros behave like
BLOCK output type. Is there a way to change it to
INLINE? If not, is it on the roadmap?