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README.md

Angular multi-page client-side web part

Summary

This is a sample SharePoint Framework client-side web part built using Angular, illustrating building multi-page web parts.

Poll

This sample contains a poll web part allowing users to vote and view the results.

Poll web part built on the SharePoint Framework using Angular

Used SharePoint Framework Version

drop

Applies to

Solution

Solution Author(s)
angular-multipage Waldek Mastykarz (MVP, Rencore, @waldekm)

Version history

Version Date Comments
1.0.0 November 1, 2016 Initial release

Disclaimer

THIS CODE IS PROVIDED AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.


Prerequisites

  • Site Collection created under the /sites/ Managed Path

Minimal Path to Awesome

Poll web part

  • create list for the poll
    • in SharePoint create a new list
    • in the list add new column called NumVotes of type Number (you can change the name later if you want)
    • in the list add a few items - each representing one of the vote options in your poll (for example for a poll about favorite JavaScript frameworks you would add items like Angular, React, jQuery, etc.)
  • deploy SharePoint workbench
    • clone this repo
    • in the command line run
      • npm i
      • gulp serve --nobrowser
    • from the ./temp directory create a copy of the workbench.html file and rename it to workbench.aspx
    • in the workbench.aspx file change the value of the webAbsoluteUrl property to the absolute URL of your SharePoint site
    • upload the workbench.aspx file to a document library in your site
  • use the web part
    • in your web browser navigate to the workbench.aspx page uploaded in your SharePoint site
    • add the Poll web part to the canvas
    • in the configuration specify the Poll title and optionally the Poll description. Also specify the title of your poll list
    • confirm the changes by clicking the Apply button
    • select one of the vote options and click the Vote button to submit your vote

Poll web part built on the SharePoint Framework using Angular

Features

This project contains sample client-side web parts built on the SharePoint Framework using Angular illustrating working with multi-page web parts.

This sample illustrates the following concepts on top of the SharePoint Framework:

  • using Angular v1.x with TypeScript for building SharePoint Framework client-side web parts
  • using Angular UI Router for building multi-page web parts
  • navigating between the different pages without changing the URL
  • building parent and child states with Angular UI Router
  • passing web part configuration into an Angular application
  • reacting to Angular events in a SharePoint Framework client-side web part
  • styling Angular applications using Office UI Fabric
  • using non-reactive web part property pane
  • using conditional rendering for one-time web part setup
  • chaining multiple Angular promises
  • reading and updating SharePoint list items using Angular
  • showing charts using Chart.js and Angular Chart directives