I’ve built a couple projects with FoxyCart and their service and product has been awesome. I’m a Webflow fan and think it’s an amazing tool! The Webflow staff and community are fantastic. Webflow’s flexibility is great. It’s honestly changed my business and makes clients happy.
However,I have to say that it’s awfully disappointing not to hear any answer on this topic or have any response from the Webflow team in nearly two months. @nathan @callmevlad @thesergie It seems that maybe Webflow is taking the “we know what our customers want/need better than they do” and that never works out well for anyone.
Especially since native e-commerce was listed as coming soon on the marketing site over a year ago and is now on the wishlist as “backlogged”. If Webflow can’t get it done then they should at least find a partner relationship with a service like FoxyCart. It’s something Webflow customers have been asking for forever. And it’s something many businesses with websites need.
I honestly don’t understand why interactions 2.0 was put before this, search or pagination. I keep hoping that “all will be revealed” at any moment but my faith that search, pagination much less native e-commerce will show up before the year 2020 is starting to fade. I know that there is a running joke that anytime a paying Webflow designer ask “when” the Webflow answer is “soon”. Honestly, the joke isn’t funny anymore.
While we wait for native e-commerce to materialize it seems that Webflow should realize it’s missed the mark on the timeline and work on a fix for it’s paying customers. In my opinion this is one of those “we need to make it right situations.”