In most projects with Plugins, there will be an obvious need for more than one plugin. This brings up challenges for how to organize and manage the assemblies and normally will result in having to strike a balance between maximizing plugin deployment segregation, (A single plugin class per plugin assembly) and ease of deployment/visual studio project management (All plugins in a single assembly).
In this blog, we will see what the pros and cons of using a Single Plugin Assembly and Multiple Plugin Assemblies are.
So, it depends on how we will be managing the Plugins, how we will be deploying the plugins between different environments. There is no restriction to use specific way, as per the need we can select which approach we need to select.
The former simplifies the process since only one plugin registration is required, and the later allows easy management of what plugins are being updated.
Hope this helps!
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