i've got some questions for whoever has some experience with Angular and SP Online.

What i'm trying to achieve : Move from SP Designer to custom Angular forms (we all know the limits and bugginess of SP Designer).

To be more exact i want to be able to attach angular form to a sharepoint list. I want the same functionality that the classic forms offer -> New Item, Edit Item, Delete Item & (if possible) quick edit.

Problem is...i dont know which version of angular works for these kinds of things....I've tested AngularJS a while ago to create a new item on a sharepoint list, but angularjs is rather old and i wanna try the latest version.

My Angular experience is literally 0 so i want to know WHAT (version that works with what im trying to achieve) i should start learning.

Is this doable with angular 6? Does anyone have a tutorial/blog/information center regarding this?

I've googled a lot since yesterday, but most of the things that ive found were either on older angular version or projects on client side webparts (as i said, i dont want a webpart, i want forms).

I hope you can help me out with some information/resources. Thanks in advance.

P.S: i've read something about Angular Elements but since ive got no experience with angular (yet) i dont really know if its what im looking for.


I don't know how far you can get with Angular forms but in general Sahil Maliks templates work like a charm for me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OgEqWtouuU https://winsmarts.com/use-spfx-with-angular-cli-3747c306244b https://github.com/maliksahil/SPFxAngularCLI

Angular is a HUGE framework. I learned it here: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-guide-to-angular-2/learn/v4/overview. It took me weeks.

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  • I've got access to pluralsight for Angular and im not looking to learn it instantly anyway. I was just searching for something that shows an example so pretty much what you gave me there. Many thanks! – Dante R. Jul 18 '18 at 18:09

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