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Why Angular choice use FabricJs #250

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charly37 opened this Issue Jul 22, 2017 · 2 comments

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charly37 commented Jul 22, 2017

Hi,

I used the generator to create my project with Excel/Angular and Javascript choice. It works fine but now that i m trying to add more UI widget I notice the project rely on FabricJS whereas I was hoping it would include ngofficeuifabric. Is it the desired behavior ? Is it because ngofficeuifabric is not officialy supported by MS ?

When I was looking for the reason behind that I come accross this other ticket: #145
and was curious to know if the generator now has an option to use ngofficeuifabric instead of fabricjs (maybe i miss it) ?

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Hongbo-Miao Aug 16, 2017

Hi @charly37 Personally I think YO Office In the future will only focus on manifest generation and validation. (We may remove React and Angular generation function)

Please check the demo
https://github.com/Hongbo-Miao/office-addin-angular

and step by step tutorial to create an Angular add-in
https://hongbo-miao.gitbooks.io/excel/content/quick-start/angular.html

(Will move under OfficeDev in the future)

Then you have choice to choose any UI framework you would like to use!

Hongbo-Miao commented Aug 16, 2017

Hi @charly37 Personally I think YO Office In the future will only focus on manifest generation and validation. (We may remove React and Angular generation function)

Please check the demo
https://github.com/Hongbo-Miao/office-addin-angular

and step by step tutorial to create an Angular add-in
https://hongbo-miao.gitbooks.io/excel/content/quick-start/angular.html

(Will move under OfficeDev in the future)

Then you have choice to choose any UI framework you would like to use!

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Thx for the info. I m closing for now since it was more question/info related than real issue

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charly37 commented Sep 3, 2017

Thx for the info. I m closing for now since it was more question/info related than real issue

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