Google chrome extension for creating, updating and deleting SharePoint web properties
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README.md

Chrome SP Dev Tools

A Google chrome extension design to make SharePoint Developer’s life easier. Providing several useful tools:

  • Property Bag tool: allowing Devs to Create, Update or Delete web properties.
  • Site Lists tool: showing a list of all the lists and libraries Public or Hidden.
  • Web Custom Actions tool: allowing Devs to Create, Update or Delete web custom actions.
  • Web and site fueature tool: showing a list of all the web and site features with the option of Activate of Deactivate andy of the shown features.

Google Chrome Installation

The application is published in the Google Chrome Web Store. This is the direct link to it.


Development

Installation

After cloning this repo, execute in your favourite shell:

  • npm install --global gulp to make sure gulp is installed globally.
  • npm install to install npm dependencies and TypeScript typings.

Compilation Chrome extension

Within the same shell window, execute:

  • npm run generate to execute the task that will create the content of the dist folder.

Start Server, Compilation and watch Action files (using webpack)

Within the same shell window, execute:

  • npm run start to execute the task that will create the content of the dist folder, start webpack-dev-server on 8080 port and keep watching the source files for changes

Loading the extension

From a google chrome window

  1. Visit chrome://extensions in your browser (or open up the Chrome menu by clicking the icon to the far right of the Omnibox: Omnibox The menu's icon is three horizontal bars. and select Extensions under the Tools menu to get to the same place).

  2. Check the Developer mode checkbox in the top right-hand corner.

  3. Click Load unpacked extension… to pop up a file-selection dialog.

  4. Navigate to the directory where the dist folder is, and with in chromeExtension, select the dev folder.


License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 @darius231