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Technical questions about building and using web parts based on the SharePoint Framework client-side development model.

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SPFx Web Part: Loading Dependent Scripts

I figured it out. Instead of: import * as jQuery from "jquery"; require("myLibrary"); Use: import * as jQuery from "jquery"; var myLibrary: any = require("myLibrary");
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Extending jQuery in SPFx Web Part

I've used the jQuery plugin jOrgChart with success in a SharePoint add-in by simply referencing the file and making the call, i.e. <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery.jOrgChart.js"></script> . …
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SPFx Web Part: Loading Dependent Scripts

I'm using the instructions here to load a library dependent on jQuery that is being served from my dev site. My config.json looks like: { "$schema": "https://dev.office.com/json-schemas/spfx-build/ …
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SharePoint Framework without command line

The three components included in the Microsoft SPFx framework are npm (the package manager), Yeoman (the scaffolding tool), and Gulp (the build system). You could ostensibly do manually what each of t …
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