This package is a sample kit of 40 great Client Side Web Parts built on the SharePoint Framework SPFx. You can find here different kind of high visual web parts as carousel, images galleries, custom editors, polls, charts, map, animations, etc. These WebParts are mainly based on best-class jQuery, React or Angular plugins and use the sp-client-custom-fields library to optimize the edit experience. And Yes, these web parts are free and open source, so have fun well to build effective SharePoint site.
These webparts are available: English, French, Spanish, German and not officially supported by Microsoft.
Script Lab has three main features:
Run the code in another pane beside the editor. Execution can include logic, API calls to Office, UI in the pane, and even output to a console. Every time you make a code change you can refresh the editor and run the new version in seconds.
Share your snippets through GitHub. If you create a snippet you’d like to share, you can use Script Lab to save it. Then send the link to someone else to try it and tweak it on their computer. The Import feature lets you load other people’s snippets. We think sharing will be especially useful for asking and answering questions about add-ins on Stack Overflow (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/office-js).
The source code is open to the community at https://github.com/OfficeDev/script-lab. We welcome your contributions to the tool and to our snippets repo. We’re excited to keep building Script Lab with your help!
1. Download the script from the link above.
2. Run the script using the usage examples below. You will be prompted to authenticate to Azure AD if you are not already connected.
ReportFile – You can provide a custom output file name. The file name you specify will be modified with the current date, for example MyReportFileName.csv will become MyReportFileName-ddMMyyyy.csv. If a file of the same name exists, a unique character string will also be appended to the file name.
Microsoft ist releasing a set of Release Candidates of the SharePoint Framework, which will include some breaking changes developers will need to accommodate. Developers can read more about these changes at
This solution contains a library of PowerShell commands that allows you to perform complex provisioning and artifact management actions towards SharePoint. The commands use CSOM and can work against both SharePoint Online as SharePoint On-Premises (Office 365 Multi Tenant, Office 365 Dedicated, SharePoint 2013 on-premises, SharePoint 2016 on-premises)
Helps create/execute the Disaster Recovery steps performed while failing over Log Shipped databases. Most helpful for multiple databases, such as SharePoint, consolidated SQL Servers, etc. However, it also makes even a single database failover a more straightforward process.
SPPoSh is an extension to the out-of-the-box SharePoint Server 2013 PowerShell cmdlets provided by Microsoft. It is entirely free to use! Building on the.NET framework, using the SharePoint Server 2013 Object Model and CSOM, SPPoSh allows users to bridge the gap between developers and IT Pros, allowing a language that is normally only aimed at the IT Pros, to interact with objects at a lower level that would normally be controlled by the Power Users and the Developers.
A highly configurable but easy to use PowerShell script to deploy WSPs to SharePoint 2010/2013. It performs important prerequisite checks, post deployment actions and allows to „hook“ in your custom PowerShell actions. Can be also used for staging environments.
These PowerShell scripts will automate downloading and installing the SharePoint 2013 Prerequisites on Windows Server 2012. The scripts will assist those who need to install SharePoint 2013 ‚offline‘ or wish to manually install its Prerequisites on Windows Server 2012.
Modern UI Master Page and Styles for SharePoint 2010. This will give the Metro/Modern UI styling of SharePoint 2013 to your SharePoint 2010 team sites. Features include quick launch styling, global nav and drop-down styling, search box styling and layout change, web part header styling and Segoe UI font.
Chocolatey NuGet is a Machine Package Manager, somewhat like apt-get, but built with Windows in mind. In other words, you can install Software and Tools with PowerShell. In this Webcast Max shows you how to use Chocolatey to install SharePoint tools automatically.
AutoSPSourceBuilder: a powershell script to create a SharePoint 2010 / 2013 install source including prerequisites, service packs, language packs & cumulative updates. Very handy for farm-deployments or demo-environments.
AutoSPSourceBuilder: ein mächtiges PowerShell Script mit dem es möglich ist, Sharepoint 2010/2013 Installations-Pakete zu erstellen. Diese können mit den PreRequisites, Service Packs, Language Packs und kumulativen Updates kombiniert werden, eine nachträgliche Installation von z. B. Updates ist dann nicht nötig.
The SharePoint 2010/2013 „Metro Grid“ web part displays links in Metro Tile Grid format. A flexible SharePoint web part that provides clickable links in the shape of square tiles. Super easy to configure and customize, just add the web part to a page and click „Add link“ to get started. All interaction is AJAXed provided by jQuery and jQuery UI plugins. Compatible with all current versions of SharePoint including 2007, 2010, and 2013. Plus, it doesn’t require the paid versions so those of you using the WSS or Foundation versions can take advantage of this web part. Inspired by the new Windows 8 UI and also the SharePoint 2013 Team Site template, this modern tile style is catching on and is a great way to present linked content. It comes with 251 icons available as an optional site collection feature, or use your own images.
Through the use of Content Pack Concept for SelfService BI, ECM, Search and BigData, we hope to bring you the ability to use the same demos we have built based with examples like Contoso Medical, Great White Gears, Contoso Schools, AdventureWorks Camping Supplies, TailSpinToys, Contoso Casino, and more. We have extended the Content Pack Concept to include SQL and AD-DS OUs, Users, and Groups so that we can now install SQL 2012 SP1 and SharePoint 2013 in the same configuration as our environment, that allows us to give you these demos.
The following Demo installations are available for download now.
This project consists of a PowerShell script, some XML input files, which together provide a fully automated creation of the Service Accounts required for SharePoint Server 2013.
The project comes with three different sets of Service Accounts for both SQL and SharePoint. You have the low, medium and high security option. The Higher Security, the more accounts you have in order to better achieve the Least Privilege Service Accounts. However, there is also an XML file you can define and create what users you want!