Class libraries development in UiPath project

This is something that could be already discussed in another topic, but i didnt find it.

One great thing that UiPath could have is the posibility to develop class libraries in the same rpa project, giving you the capability to implement anything you can in code level such in vb or c#, and the other things more likely to do with activities in the rpa project level.

This would be a great boost in flexibility to some developers (like me) that thinks that some features of my rpa implementation could be much faster and better to do in .Net code.

And i know that i can already do it in some way, like creating a class library in another IDE and including it with a nuget library, but this is not like a “part of my rpa code”, since to test it i need to compile it first and for each change made in that code i have to create another package version and install it, and on my point of view this is very gross.

This is a simple idea, but i dont know if it is okay to post it here.

Cheers.

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