Hi there Joplin community
I compared various note-taking apps and Joplin turned out to be my favorite by far, even tho' it's lacking features, being open source and able to add them myself was what made Joplin win the competition. (although it was hard to find somehow, it does not appear on the different mobile stores or on google when searching for note-taking apps)
I was missing the ability to write excel-like sheets in Joplin.
So I create the JSheets plugin which you can find in the Joplin plugins repository and on GitHub.
So I spend the last days quickly building a plugin that uses lucky sheets to allow creating sheets in Joplin with all the great features already available in Joplin like Sync and Encryption etc.
This first iteration is a most viable product (MVP) but seems to work reliably in my private Joplin and do the job. Currently, it will open on a note with a special keyword (see GitHub readme), and once set-up sync all changes every 2 seconds to the markdown note as text, from where it is stored and will get picket up (parsed) on the next open.
I was told to advertise it here, maybe this is useful for anyone.
Here is the GitHub page: https://github.com/ThibaultJanBeyer/joplin-sheets