Puppet supports several kinds of plug-ins:
Custom facts (written in Ruby).
External facts (executable scripts or static data).
Custom resource types and providers (written in Ruby).
Custom functions written in Ruby.
Custom functions written in the Puppet language.
Custom Augeas lenses.
Miscellaneous utility Ruby code used by other plug-ins.
For a detailed understanding about the plugins in modules i recommend you to refer https://puppet.com/docs/puppet/6.7/plugins_in_modules.html
This would give you a clear description of the various plugins!
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