SPWidgets v2.5.2 released with bug fixes and setup for adding Unit Test Cases.
SPWidgets - purtuga.github.io/SPWidgets - is a project I started back in 2012 when I started to take advantage of the SharePoint platform to build custom web solutions for the teams I worked with. It initially served as a place to gather reusable User Interface (UI) components that could be quickly applied to multiple projects - … Continue reading SharePoint SPWidgets Converted to AMD Modules
Had some time to roll out some more changes to SPWidgets, including a new Widget. Here is what's new with Version 2.2: (New) Date Widget - SPDateField This new widget is rather simple and for the most part, it is a wrapper around jQuery UI Datepicker. The widget binds on to an HTML input field … Continue reading SPWidgets v2.2 – What’s New?
SPWidgets version 2.1 is now available and brings with it a variety of enhancements, a new widget and a revamped showcase demo page. I continue to take re-usable pieces of functionality and converting them to robust widgets that can be configured to accommodate different needs. The project is hosted on Github - purtuga.github.io/SPWidgets New Widget … Continue reading SPWidgets v2.1 – What’s New – New Widget, Revamped Demo
A few weeks ago I released version 2.0 of SPWidgets. The primary feature introduced: SPShowBoard. This widget allows one to display the content of a List in a KanBan board based on one of the columns on that list. I created this widget while customizing a Team Sub-site to manage a software product that had … Continue reading SPWidgets Board Widget
I finally did it... I created my first github project - SPWidgets. This project comes from my blog post "Sharepoint UI Widgets - Upload and PickUsers", where I was also hosting the download file. After being contacted by a few individuals reporting issues and requesting assistance it proved that trying to manage this from my … Continue reading My First GitHub Project – SPWidgets
Approximately two years ago, as part of my yearly "continued self improvement" review with my Director, I choose to learn more about SharePoint and customizing it to meet specific business needs. In my case, I developed (sorry: designed (I know how those .net folks can get offended 🙂 ) a Content Management System for storing … Continue reading Sharepoint UI Widgets – Upload and PickUsers