In the past 12 months the number of authors creating plugins for Sketch has increased considerably, and keeps on growing at a very impressive rate. When an application like Sketch becomes the industry standard, developers of plugins, companion applications/tools, and similar flock en-masse to it, and that’s always a great thing.
Sketch doesn’t try to be a ‘one-size fits all’ solution. The day that happens is the day it would be like any other Legacy application that has come before it, and that would not be cool. The folks at Bohemian Coding are smart, they know this, and it isn’t going to be happening on their watch anytime soon.
Sketch keeping itself streamlined, and only focusing on the necessary elements are what’s made it so strong, and loyal to its original purpose.
The original article by Jake Rocheleau touches upon a few of the great (Free) plugins that are currently available for Sketch. Go take a look see…
As Sketch 44 exits beta, we take a look at one of Sketch’s best features: the huge selection of open source plugins. The Sketch community is wildly supportive and you can find tons of amazing plugins that’ll radically improve your workflow.
Read the original article here.