This is the last of three posts giving a step-by-step guide of building a SharePoint Hosted Add-In utilizing the Office Fabric UI React framework. It is broken out into three sections shown below. The previous posts were focused on building solutions for SharePoint 2013 (On-Premise) environments. Now that Office 365 is here, Microsoft has introduced a new way to develop solutions for SharePoint Online using the modern web stack. This is available on-premise, but requires SharePoint 2016 with Feature Pack 2 installed. 1. Configuring the User Interface Project 2. Configuring the SharePoint Hosted Add-In Project 3. Convert to the SharePoint Framework (This Post)
This post will discuss form generation in SharePoint 2013+ or Online (Classic) environments. This demo will utilize the document sets feature in SharePoint, which requires the site collection feature to be enabled. If you are using SharePoint Online, then make sure you are viewing the site in “Classic” mode.