Oh, just tried it today, I really needed modular stuff done inside Maschine and I don’t own VCV Pro.
My experience :
I opened a patch, half of modules missing (a few premiums and @Squinky’s stuff not available). So i opened the library, (very slowly, uhh) and I typed to… wait typing doesn’t work. So I scrolled in a few categories to find replacements, and as I never used all these legacy modules, it made me mad angry, couldn’t recognize stuff, I just wanted to sketch something fast and record it, didn’t find good replacements, then I searched a light mode and changed every bogaudio module to white (apparently they deliberately made everything grey/black cuz they wanted a dark mode in VCV), and was not enjoying anything
So at this point I was literally MELTING, so I rage quit, I went online, and I bought VCV Pro x)
Thanks Cardinal, you made me a happy customer of VCV. My patch worked as intended, and I could make my stuff without trouble
Now, more seriously, I know there is no comparison possible, as it is really barebones (functional, but barebones) and VCV is a finished, commercial product. I think I’ll try when I’m not in a rush to reach some result I have in mind, as I think it could be nice to test modules I can’t have in VCV. But the few things I did inside the VST, well, I could play the keyboard without latency, connect modules, the typing thing is very annoying tho, sometimes it works but rarely. Overall it feels clunky but it’s somehow cool to have an alternative to VCV
Edit : Oh crap, you were talking about the web version, my bad