The only plugins that don’t work with Alyeska (currently) are the ones with bold text that say they require v2.2 of the framework on the wordpress.org plugin page. But with all of these plugins, the functionality they provice (aside from recent improvements and tweaks) are already in your theme — Theme Blvd Shortcodes, Sliders, Layout Builder, Widget Areas, Widget Pack — So, there’s no reason for you to install them right now because they are essentially packed in your Alyeska theme already by default.
In the next big update to Alyeska which will include framework v2.2.1, the functionality all of these plugins provide will no longer be directly located inside Alyeska. You will need to install the plugins to get the functionality back. It’s just all part of a big separation process.
Note: This will be Alyeska v2.2.0
In regards to the Google Map plugin, this doesn’t have anything to do with any of this information I’m talking about above. My Google maps plugin is completely independent and doesn’t really have anything to do with my theme framework. There’s no button to insert it. You’d just type the shortcode in when editing your page. You can find a list of parameters you can pass into the shortcode over on the plugin page.
[tb_google_map address="6921 Brayton Drive, Anchorage, Alaska"]