CultureHQ's SharePoint add-in.
Ensure you have
npm installed. Note that SharePoint only supports up to
node v6, so you'll need to make sure that's your active
node version. If you need to handle installing multiple, try using
In the root of the directory, run
npm install to install the necessary dependencies. You can then run
npm run serve to start a local workbench server with which you can work on the add-in. Note that on Mac, the default page that this command opens does not work, and you will need to instead open the generated
temp/workbench.html file and refresh when changes are made.
npm run package in the root directory. This will create two things:
sharepoint/solution/culture-hq.sppkg- can be sent to clients to import into their app catalogue (https://support.office.com/en-us/article/use-the-app-catalog-to-make-custom-business-apps-available-for-your-sharepoint-online-environment-0b6ab336-8b83-423f-a06b-bcc52861cba0). Basically follow the links from
Distribute apps for SharePointand then upload the pacakge.
temp/deploy- a directory containing the necessary async assets that will be requested by the package. These should be deployed to our
They can then load the
Upcoming Events webpart onto a SharePoint page and configure it appropriately.
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/CultureHQ/SharePoint.
The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.