Plugins are much like HTML/PHP native interfaces with a little extra: the plugin system can discover every implementation of an interface (the default is magic namespacing), deals with metadata (by default this is provided by annotations) and provides a factory for the plugin classes. Plugins implement different behaviors via a common interface.For example, think of image transformations. Common image transformations are scale, crop, desaturate, and so on. Each transformation type acts in the same way on the same data - it accepts an image file, performs a transformation, and then returns an altered image. However, each effect is very different. The script has over dozen thousand of plugins available on its website. Strong majority of the plugins is available for free to develop.I-MAKE IT Solutions are have a strong team to implement plugins inorder to make website more attractive one. With over 25,000 free plugins, and more available for a price, why would anyone bother building a custom plugin? Surely there must be ways to manipulate existing addons for whatever purpose a developer would need, right? There are a few reasons to build a custom plugin as opposed to downloading one for free or for a price.
Custom plugins do exactly what you make them do, no more and no less
Updates and support are not as much of a concern for custom plugins
Plugins are amazing tools with incredible power to change websites and to attract and engage visitors. Whether they are free, paid, or custom, any sort of interactivity will often yield a more positive user-experience, and invite people to return to the site or simply give them a more positive impression of the company that the site represents.