This and the massive community rejection of the latest Interfaces “downdate” is more evidence that Airtable is losing its lead in the battle for front-end dominance. It had it to lose, and it is doing exactly that.
This is also evidence that we may begin to witness a fracture in how no/low-code apps are constructed. New product mixes will challenge two front-end classes (internal and external) and one back-end class.
One must ask -
Is there a future world where On2Air Forms + Rowy/Firebase could compete with Airtable itself?