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Social Share

Olivier Carpentier edited this page Feb 27, 2017 · 9 revisions

Social Share Web Part Overview

The Social Share Web Part is a SharePoint client side web part built with the SharePoint Framework (SPFx). This web part generates a social buttons toolbar in your page to recommand the currrent page to other users. You can choose between two kinds of toolbar: horizontal and vertical, and you can also choose the icons size (16x16 or 32x32). You can add buttons from 100+ social providers, as of course Yammer, Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

This web part uses the services of Addthis, which is a provider of social toolbars. If you want to track your social shares, you can subscribe to Addthis services and set your pubid (ex: 'ra-12234982') in the web part properties.

This web part uses also the Custom Fields library to enhance the web part edition experience.

Social Share

Properties

You can manage the following settings:

  • Pubid: sets your Addthis publication id
  • Style: Default (horizontal) or Floating (float on left vertically)
  • Size: Icons size (16x16 or 32x32)
  • Yammer: Show the Yammer button
  • Linkedin: Show the Linkedin button
  • Twitter: Show the Twitter button
  • Facebook: Show the Facebook button
  • Google Plus: Show the Google Plus button
  • More: Show the More button to select additional services
  • Count: Show the sharing count label
  • Additional Services: Select between 100+ additional services like Amazon, Box, Yahoo, Mail, etc.

Screenshots

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Installing the web part

Click here to access to the Installation Process. You can install and test this web part without compiling the code by following this procedure.

Source Code

https://github.com/OlivierCC/spfx-40-fantastics/tree/master/src/webparts/socialShare

Minimal Path to Awesome

  • Clone this repository
  • in the command line run:
    • npm install
    • gulp serve

Version history

Version Date Comments
1.0 October 2016 Initial release

Solution

Solution Author(s)
spfx-40-fantastics Olivier Carpentier (@olivierc)

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 Olivier Carpentier

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