I’ve worked a lot with cwicly lately, and I feel like it is one of the most powerful builder out there. Specially the ability to easily integrate my own custom Gutenberg Blocks whenever I need some functionality and/or layout which isn’t possible in Cwicly yet.
Most of the time this functionality relies on some kind of API-Data which is consumed from a custom WP-Rest API Endpoint. Lately I’ve developed a small Event-Plugin which uses such an API Endpoint.
All the complexity of that plugin is handled in php and also the WP-Query for data, but I needed to duplicate some events if they are recurring events and so my rest api now outputs a list of dates with events (also recurring events). My GB-Block (or more precisely in that case it is a shortcode) consumes that Data from REST-API and shows a list with events. That part could easily be handled within cwicly in my opinion if the fields coming from REST API would be registered inside the dynamic field values of cwicly (only in that specific query block I’m using Data from a REST-API). So it would basically just loop through the Array of Entries (whatever entries it is) and registers all the fields and make them possible for use later.
I hope it’s understandable what I mean, if not feel free to ask me for further explanations :-D. I think that would extend Cwicly’s dynamic features to almost endless possibilites!