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README.md

Search Client-Side Web Part built with React and Flux

Summary

Sample Search Web Part with internal and external template support. This sample illustrates how you can use React and Flux within the SharePoint Framework.

Sample of the search web part

Used SharePoint Framework Version

drop

Applies to

Solution

Solution Author(s)
react-search-wp Elio Struyf (MVP, U2U, @eliostruyf)

Version history

Version Date Comments
0.0.4 September 08, 2016 Initial release
0.0.5 September 27, 2016 Updates for drop 4. Added the abilty to use various search tokens. Plus a logging field to watch search calls.
0.0.6 October 19, 2016 Updates for drop 5.
0.1.0 January 18, 2017 Updates to support RC0.
1.0.0 February 28, 2017 Updates to support GA.

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
    • Open the workbench on your Office 365 Developer tenant
    • Test out the web part

Features

The search web part is a sample client-side web part built on the SharePoint Framework. The web part makes use of React and the Flux pattern.

The web part has built in templating support for internal (created within the project) and external (loaded from a URL) templates.

When adding your query you are able to make use of the following tokens: {Today}, {Today+Number}, {Today-Number}, {CurrentDisplayLanguage}, {User}, {User.Name}, {User.Email}, {Site}, {SiteCollection}.

Internal templates

Internal templates can be found in the templates folder. You can start building your own templates by using one of the provided samples.

Internal template settings

External templates

External templates can be loaded from an URL.

External template settings

If you want to test out this functionality, you can find a couple of sample templates in the external templates folder. Upload one of these templates to your site, copy the file location and past it in the textbox.

There is a sample project which you can use to create your own external templates. You can find it here: Search WP SPFx Template Generator.

This Web Part illustrates the following concepts on top of the SharePoint Framework:

  • using React and the Flux pattern with TypeScript for building SharePoint Framework Client-Side Web Parts
  • loading CSS stylesheets from CDN
  • using non-reactive Web Part Property Pane
  • loading external templates to render
  • loading scripts and stylesheets which are required in the external template (example: loading jQuery or a custom stylesheet).