SharePoint Framework Library Component Samples & Tutorial Materials
This repository contains the samples that demonstrate different usage patterns for the SharePoint Framework library component.
Have issues or questions?
Please use following logic on submitting your questions or issues to right location to ensure that they are noticed and addressed as soon as possible.
- You have general question or challenge with SPFx - use sp-dev-docs repository issue list.
- You have issue on specific library component or sample - use issue list in this repository.
- SharePoint Framework Library Component overview
- SharePoint Framework Library Component tutorial
- SharePoint Framework development tools and libraries
- SharePoint Framework Reference
Using the samples
To build and start using these projects, you'll need to clone and build the projects.
Clone this repo by executing the following command in your console:
git clone https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-library-components.git
Navigate to the cloned repository folder which should be the same as the repository name:
To access the samples use the following command, where you replace
sample-folder-name with the name of the sample you want to access.
cd samples cd sample-folder-name
Now run the following command to install the npm packages:
This will install the required npm packages and dependencies to build and run the client-side project.
These samples are direct from the feature teams, SharePoint PnP core team (http://aka.ms/sppnp) or shared by the community. We welcome your input on issues and suggestions for new samples. We do also welcome community contributions around the libraries. If there's any questions around that, just let us know.
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