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README.md

JQuery, Photopile.JS & Office UI Fabric Client-Side Web Part

Summary

This is a sample web part that illustrated the use of JQuery and Photopile.Js with the SharePoint Framework.

With this web part you can display the photos contained in a SharePoint pictures library and it simulates a pile of photos scattered about on a surface. Thumbnail clicks remove photos from the pile, (enlarging them as if being picked up by the user) and once in view a second click returns the photo to the pile.

Photopile Web Part displayed in SharePoint Workbench

Used SharePoint Framework Version

drop

Applies to

Solution

Solution Author(s)
jquery-photopile Olivier Carpentier (@olivierc)

Version history

Version Date Comments
1.0 September 9, 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.


Minimal Path to Awesome

  • clone this repo
  • in the command line run:
    • npm install
    • tsd install
    • gulp serve

Features

This web part uses React, Office UI Fabric, JQuery, JQuery UI and Photopile.js. This web part is available in English (en-us) and French (fr-fr).

It is able to:

  • List picture libraries contained in the current SharePoint web site
  • List all the pictures in the selected List
  • Render the pictures as a cool photopile
  • Personalize the layout thanks to editable settings

This web part illustrates the following concepts on top of the SharePoint Framework:

  • Include JQuery and external framework in your solution
  • Implement rich web part properties panel with controls like DropDown, Sliders, Toggle, etc.
  • Load dynamic data from SharePoint as web part properties
  • Load dynamic data from SharePoint REST Services, as lists or items
  • Implement mock system to test your solution in the local workbench or on a SharePoint site
  • Include Office UI Fabric controls in your project
  • Render content with React
  • Etc.